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" Italy, as the site of his Romance, was chiefly valuable to him as affording a sort of poetic or fairy precinct, where actualities would not be so terribly insisted upon as they are, and must needs be, in America. "
American Publishers' Circular and Literary Gazette - Página 122
1860
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 45

1880
...decoration. — In the preface to his Marble Faun, Hawthorne says : — " Italy, as the site of his Komance, was chiefly valuable to him as affording a sort of poetic or fairy precinct, where actualities would not be so terribly insisted upon as they are, and must needs be, in America. No author,...
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Novels

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1983 - 1272 páginas
...and did not purpose attempting a portraiture of Italian manners and character. He has lived too long / э䁀 З 󁀀 ƭ 󻔄 ֪ ...  E x 쒂 X Ī ނ endeavouring to idealize its traits. Italy, as the site of his Romance, was chiefly valuable to him...
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Literature in America: An Illustrated History

Peter Conn - 1989 - 587 páginas
...fictional opportunities of Italy's centuries with the relative emptiness of America's raw democracy: Italy, as the site of his Romance, was chiefly valuable...affording a sort of poetic or fairy precinct, where actualities would not be so terribly insisted upon as they are, and must needs be, in America. No author,...
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The Consolations of Space: The Place of Romance in Hawthorne, Melville, and ...

Pamela Schirmeister - 1990 - 219 páginas
...of location, this time to the question of why he has chosen Italy as the site of his romance: |It| was chiefly valuable to him as affording a sort of poetic or fairy precinct, where actualities would not be so terribly insisted upon, as they are, and must needs be, in America. No...
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Americans in Florence: A Complete Guide to the City and the Places ...

Alta Macadam - 2003 - 189 páginas
...and did not purpose attempting a portraiture of Italian manners and character. He has lived too long abroad not to be aware that a foreigner seldom acquires...profound, which may justify him in endeavoring to idealcongenial and easily handled themes, either in the annals of our stalwart republic, or in any...
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Hawthorne and the Real: Bicentennial Essays

Millicent Bell - 2005 - 228 páginas
...accurate novelistic presentation of a people in its society. He observed that he had "lived too long abroad not to be aware that a foreigner seldom acquires...justify him in endeavoring to idealize its traits." Does this not imply that if he chose, he might have written realistically when his subject was his...
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Haunted Museum: Longing, Travel, and the Art-romance Tradition

Jonah Siegel - 2005 - 285 páginas
...himself in the third person in his own preface, identifies a necessary a link between Europe and form: Italy, as the site of his Romance, was chiefly valuable...affording a sort of poetic or fairy precinct, where actualities would not be so terribly insisted upon as they are, and must needs be, in America. No author,...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 6

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1894
...and did not purpose attempting a portraiture of Italian manners and character. He has lived too long abroad not to be aware that a. foreigner seldom acquires...affording a sort of poetic or fairy precinct, where actualities would not be so terribly insisted upon as they are, and must needs be, in America. No author,...
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