Nathaniel Hawthorne "Wakefield and Bartleby"
Nathaniel Hawthorne, an American novelist lived from 1804 to 1864. Hawthorne’s works are deeply concerned with the ethical problems of sin, punishment, and atonement.
Allegory and symbolism are combined in Hawthorne’s work to create sarcasm and deep thought to his novels. Allegory is a narrative, either in verse or in prose, in which characters, action, and setting represent abstract concepts apart from the literal meaning of a story. Symbolism is used to designate an abstract quality or concept. Hawthorne revealed the irony in his writings through both of these concepts. These elements helped Hawthorne become a leader in the development of the short story.
“Wakefield” and “Bartleby the Scrivener” are told from the first person.…
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