[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
"Hawthorne's Hester," College English, XIII (1952), 303-30910.2307/808667
303
2
Gilbert Ryle, The Concept of Mind (London, 1949), chaps. iii-iv
Ryle
chaps. iii-iv
The Concept of Mind
1949
P. H. Nowell-Smith, Ethics (Pen- guin Books, 1954), esp. pp. 287-289
Nowell-Smith
287
Ethics
1954
3
"The Devil in Boston," Philological Quarterly, XXXII (1953), 366-381
366
XXXII
Philological Quarterly
1953
4
Nathaniel Hawthorne: An Introduction and Interpretation (New York, 1961), pp. 58-59
58
Nathaniel Hawthorne: An Introduction and Interpretation
1961
5
Determinism and Freedom, ed. Sidney Hook (New York, 1958)
Hook
Determinism and Freedom
1958
6
C. A. Campbell, "Is 'Freewill' a Pseudo-Problem?" Mind, LX (1951), 441-46510.2307/2251143
441
Austin Farrer, The Freedom of the Will (London, 1958)
Farrer
The Freedom of the Will
1958
7
In Defense of Reason (Denver, n. d.)
In Defense of Reason
8
George Levine, "Determinism and Responsibility in the Works of George Eliot," PMLA, LXXVII (1962), 268-27910.2307/460486
268
10
F. 0. Matthiessen's term in his American Renaissance (New York, 1941)
Matthiessen
American Renaissance
1941
Yvor Winters has called this the "formula of alternative possibilities" in Maule's Curse (New York, 1938)
Winters
formula of alternative possibilities
Maule's Curse
1938
11
Levin, The Power of Blackness (New York, 1958), p. 55
Levin
55
The Power of Blackness
1958
12
The Complete Novels and Selected Tales of Nathaniel Hawthorne, ed. Norman Holmes Pearson (New York, 1937), pp. 689-690
Pearson
689
The Complete Novels and Selected Tales of Nathaniel Hawthorne
1937
13
Works, ed. C. C. Bigelow (New York, 1923), I, 218
Bigelow
218
I
Works
1923
14
"Sin, Free Will, and 'Pessimism' in Hawthorne," PMLA, LXXI (1956), 975-98910.2307/460522
975
Roy R. Male, in Hawthorne's Tragic Vision (Austin, Texas, 1957)
Male
Hawthorne's Tragic Vision
1957
Hawthorne "the Original Sin [is] the mutual love of man and woman" (p. 8).
"Zenobia and Hollingsworth succeed in evading Original Sin, only to commit an abortive form of it in the end" (p. 13).
15
Byron's Lara, Canto 1, 313-336
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