Fanshawe is a novel written by American author Nathaniel Hawthorne. It was his first published work, which he published anonymously in 1828. Hawthorne had worked on a novel as early as his time as an undergraduate at Bowdoin College. Fanshawe, his first published novel, may or may not have been that book. Fanshawe: A Tale appeared anonymously in October 1828 from the Boston publishers Marsh and Capen. Its printing was paid for at the author’s own expense, costing him $100. The book was based on Hawthorne’s experiences as a Bowdoin College student in the early 1820s.
Dr. Melmoth, the President of fictional Harley College, takes into his care Ellen Langton, the daughter of his friend, Mr. Langton, who is at sea. Ellen is a young, beautiful girl and attracts the attention of the college boys, especially Edward Walcott, a strapping though an immature student, and Fanshawe, a reclusive, meek intellectual. While out walking, the three young people meet a nameless character called “the angler”, a name he gets for appearing an expert fisherman. The angler asks for a word with Ellen, tells her something in secret, and apparently flusters her. Walcott and Fanshawe become suspicious of his intentions.
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Name Of the Novel: Fanshawe
Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne
Country: United States
Genre: Romantic novel
Publisher: Marsh and Capen
Publication date: 1828
Media type: Print
Book Type: Pdf / ePub
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