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Nathaniel Hawthorne is considered to be one of the most substantial writers of his time His most famous novel The Scarlet Letter truly originated Hawthorns version of romantic writing It was this novel that also originated Hawthornes fame Most of his works deal with or have some relation to Puritan times The reason for the familiarity in his works is due to the fact that it seems to be influenced by his own Puritan ancestry It was not until late in Hawthornes life that he received recognition To do this Hawthorne had to change his name and found his own stlye of writing that pertained to his life experiances His romantic style might have been too modern for the times but eventually he was understood Hawthorne was known for his ability to create such a compelling story in just a few pages Within these few pages flows an elaborate and complex story These stories flow so steadily and with such complexity that Hawthorne seems to create his own romantic style He does this by incooperateing many different situations that keep the reader intuned to the story In many of his short stories there seems to be a character that is infatuated with a person or an object The reason for Hawthorne creating stories like this could stem from his own experience with infactuation Hawthorne was a very lonley person He lived by himself for a long time until he married later in life In the story the main characters usually seem to spend a lot of time with or thinking about the objects of their infatuation In these stories the character goes through a series of psychological issues dealing with his infatuationAn example of the psychological issues pertaining to infatuation is portrayed in Rappaccinis Daughter This work deals with a young man named Giovanni who is so blind by love that he becomes susceptible to deception He is instantly mystified and enchanted by
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