Far and Momentary Glimpses: Hawthorne's Treatment of Mrs. WakefieldBucknell Review (1988)
Modern criticism of Hawthorne’s “Wakefield” concentrates on Wakefield himself, his urban surroundings, and Hawthorne as cultural analyst. Little of the spotlight is devoted to Mrs. Wakefield, who still lurks outside the pale beam of criticism-stout, retiring, and very likely misunderstood.
Publication DateSpring 1988
Citation InformationLaura Laffrado. "Far and Momentary Glimpses: Hawthorne's Treatment of Mrs. Wakefield" Bucknell Review Vol. 31 Iss. 2 (1988) p. 34 - 44
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