In this article, Mark Richard Barna explores the underlying meaning of Original Sin as described in the writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Barna delves into Hawthorne's family history and analyzes traits of the characters in his stories, in an attempt to more clearly define the terms of the reclusive American novelist. This article is made available by The World & I Online.
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