By Thomas R. Mitchell
Explores the connection among the 2 19th-century American writers Nathaniel Hawthorne and Margaret Fuller. The textual content goals to teach how Fuller's radical rules approximately women's rights, equality of the sexes, and the character of marriage encouraged Hawthorne's writing.
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16 Almost fourteen years after parting forever from her as an intimate friend and eight years after her death, Hawthorne could be so moved to passion by petty gossip about Fuller's relationship with Ossoli that he could write in his journal what James R. "17 Set within the often tedious descriptions of the Italian Notebooks, the passage stuns the reader with the force of an eruption. After a visit from American sculptor Joseph Mozier in Rome in April 1858, Hawthorne turned to his notebook to record his impressions of Mozier and their talk.
Nevertheless, anchored by Emerson's eminence, that monument would mark the site of Fuller's reputation for as long as he lived. Two years after his death, however, that monument would be disfigured and relocated. When in late 1884 Julian Hawthorne published for the first time his fa- Page 13 ther's now infamous 1858 notebook entry assaulting Fuller's marriage and her character, he intentionally provoked a literary scandal he hoped would realign and strengthen his father's position in literary history even as it destroyed Margaret Fuller's.
The passionate logic of betrayal would make Providence ''kind" if death saved a fallen Fuller from returning to the land of her early triumphs and many friends mated humiliatingly, for Hawthorne, to a "clownish husband" and unable to produce the masterpiece so long proclaimed and anticipateda kindness that would save her, in other words, from facing the ridicule he says she could never bear but that, the passage subtly suggests, he could himself never bear to have her face. The "awful joke" of the "ridiculous" that Hawthorne would have as a mixture in Fuller's tragedy originates not in Hawthorne's sense of the comic folly of Fuller's unbounded aspirations but in his bitter contemplation of all that she seemed to promise and to him failed to be, all that once "dazzled" him.
Hawthorne's Fuller mystery by Thomas R. Mitchell