Hawthorne among his peers : typescript, [1979].

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Wagenknecht, Edward, 1900-2004. Hawthorne among his peers : typescript, [1979].

Hawthorne among his peers : typescript, [1979].

Typescript address, with manuscript additions, deletions, and corrections. Delivered at Concord School of Philosophy, Orchard House, Concord, Mass., on July 1, 1979, in observance of the 175th anniversary of Nathaniel Hawthorne's birth.

1 item (11 leaves) ; 28 cm.

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