Abstract

The essay recasts Hawthorne's tales, “Alice Doane's Appeal” and “The Great Carbuncle” in the gift book, The Token, or Atlantic Souvenir where they were first published. Reading the tales alongside the neighboring entries, it seeks to show how Hawthorne's understanding of his own literary gift developed against the sentimental publishing culture of the 1830s.

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