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Nathaniel Hawethorne. By: Hannah foust. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Born on July 4, 1804 in Salem, Massachusetts Died on May 19, 1864 Changed his name from Hathorne to Hawthorne to not be associated with his ancestors involved in Salem w itch trials

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nathaniel hawethorne

Nathaniel Hawethorne

By: Hannah foust

nathaniel hawthorne
Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Born on July 4, 1804 in Salem, Massachusetts
  • Died on May 19, 1864
  • Changed his name from Hathorne to Hawthorne to not be associated with his ancestors involved in Salem witch trials
  • Married Sophia Peabody and had three children
  • Offered a job at the Boston Custom House
    • Later laid off
  • Most of his poems are related to the evil and human nature
the ocean
The Ocean

The ocean has its silent caves, Symbolism to life

Deep, quiet and alone;

Though there be fury on the waves,

Beneath them there is none.

The awful spirits of the deep

Hold their communion there;

And there are those for whom we weep,

The young, the bright, the fair.

Calmly the wearied seamen restAllusion of his late father(Apostrophe)

Beneath their own blue sea.

The ocean solitudes are blest, Repetition

For there is purity.

The earth has guilt, the earth has care,

Unquietare its graves;

But peaceful sleep is ever there,

Beneath the dark blue waves.