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  • The Great Stone Face
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • 20 August 2016

About the Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne

Nathaniel Hawthorne was a th century American novelist and short story writer He is seen as a key figure in the development of American literature for his The Great Kindle - tales of the nation's colonial historyShortly after graduating from Bowdoin College Hathorne changed his name to Hawthorne Hawthorne anonymously published his first work a novel titled Fanshawe in In he published Twice Told T.



10 thoughts on “The Great Stone Face

  1. gloriabluestocking gloriabluestocking says:

    This was written well interesting engaging just a satisfying collection of short stories Will read aloud to my children some day

  2. Amanda Amanda says:

    Okay I didn't actually read this copy but I read the short story The Great Stone Face and it was outstanding I wanted to give it five stars somewhere so this was the closest I could find

  3. Sandy Lender Sandy Lender says:

    Wonderful short stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne; great development and growth of the child to man in The Great Stone FaceIntriguing and gorgeous landscape stories with character vignettes built inWonderful

  4. Jamie Pinkerton Jamie Pinkerton says:

    I'm surprised I didn't like this I'm going to say it was the distraction of people determined to try and conversate with me while I try to readI'll give it another try some time in the future for now back to the bookshelf it goes

  5. Aurel Mihai Aurel Mihai says:

    Short pleasant book of simple stories related to the White Mountains of New Hampshire

  6. John Lucy John Lucy says:

    Not Hawthorne's best work for sure but these works are cool for two reasons 1 this particular edition is an updated computerized copy of the original publication; 2 than in any other collection of stories Hawthorne deals with specific New England landmarks Obviously Hawthorne often writes about the places of Salem and Boston along with Puritan history but always he writes with a purpose other than writing about those things In this collection though Hawthorne literally writes ABOUT the White Mountains New Englanders and residents of New Hampshire particularly should find these stories pleasant simply because of familiarity with the subject Look to other Hawthorne stories for good uality; look to these stories for familiar fun

  7. Scheong15 Scheong15 says:

    I read 'The Great Stone Face' by Nathaniel Hawthorne I think this book was okay It is a short story but the story is still good A boy waits for the man who looks like a Great Stone Face to appear In this book there are few people who everyone thinks they look like the Great Stone Face After reading this book I learned that to be a person whom everyone admires I don't need wealth good speech or strength I only need intelligence and everyone will admire me

  8. lynn lynn says:

    Tales of the White Mountains Legends of the area tied to the wonders of the Old Man of the Mountain who is no longer with us the infamous tragedy of the Willey landslide and Mt Washington Also a story of when Nathaniel Hawthorne himself visited the area Fun read great descriptions thought provoking

  9. Amanda Amanda says:

    I liked reading this It was fast and easy Hawthorne's way of writing is incredible I loved the message behind this story

  10. Ann Ann says:

    I love this type of inspiring story Short sweet and worth every minute

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