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Nathaniel Hawthorne Nathaniel Hawthorne created many short stories which involved strange or even stranger supernatural events and behavior Many of Hawthornes stories were written on the basis of his life occurrences and what he believed and also what he wanted his readers to believe Also almost every single one of Hawthornes characters in each of his short stories are faced with a choice in which they most choose between either doing something in which that is right or doing something of which that is wrong and there are consequences that follow either decision Nathaniel Hawthorne in his romantic short story The Hollow of the Three Hills illustrates his view through the main character that life is short and you need to do the right things while you have the timeHawthornes life what he did and what happened to him greatly influenced his writings in fact that is the only basis in which he wrote upon When he graduated from Bowdoin College in 1825 he was determined to become a writer of fiction Composition was the only subject in school he had shown interest in and actually excelled in His wife Sophia Peabody was the most important person who was in his life He had the happiest years spending most of his life with her in Concord New Hampshire For Hawthorne Sophia was his salvation his only link to human companionship As in the story The Hollow of the Three Hills life and death are circumstances in which Hawthorne particularly likes to write about Many other occurrences also influenced his writings such as historical and legendary pasts and his own life at Brook Farm where he once lived He would also often write about people who go through real life situations but he likes to put a twist on them Another thing that inspired him to write was what he could not see rather than what he could see He
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