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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Motif of Art/Artistry Annie Lewis Nathaniel Hawthorne states, She possessed an art that sufficed, even in a land that afforded comparatively little scope for its exercise, to supply food for her thriving infant and herself. It was the artthen, as now, almost the only one within a womans graspof needlework (Hawthorne 75; ch. 5). erimages/d56245/rob_graafland_a _seamstress_doing_needlework_by _a_window_d5624595h.jpg hics/cree.gif Hawthorne scribes,What art can do, I have exhausted on him. That he now breathes, and creeps about on earth, is owing all to me (Hawthorne 155; ch. 10). Nathaniel Hawthorne writes,So little adapted is the atmosphere of a Custom House to the delicate harvest of fancy and sensibility, that, had I remained there through ten Presidencies yet to come, I doubt whether the tale of The Scarlet Letter would ever have been brought before the public eye. My imagination was a tarnished mirror (Hawthorne 33; ch. 1a). Hawthorne states, According to their united testimony, never had man spoken in so wise, so high, and so holy a spirit, as he that spake this day; nor had inspiration ever breathed through mortal lips more evidently than it did through his. Its influence could be seen, as it were, descending upon him, and possessing him, and continually lifting him out of the written discourse that lay before him, and filling him with ideas that must have been as marvelous to himself as to his audience (Hawthorne 222; ch. 23). Nathaniel Hawthorne writes, But all my life had been made up of earnest, studious, thoughtful, quiet years, bestowed faithfully for the increase of mine own knowledge, and faithfully, too, though this latter object was but casual to the other,--faithfully for the advancement of human welfare. No life had been more peaceful and innocent than mine; few lives so rich with benefits conferred. Dost thou remember me? Was I not, though you might deem me cold, nevertheless a man thoughtful for others, craving little for himself,--kind, true, just, and of constant, if not warm affections? Was I not all of this?” (Hawthorne 156; ch. 10). er.gif m/bthumb/IMZ/IMZ012/cof0401.j pg pedia/commons/thumb/b/be/Sale mMassCustomHouse1ty13531.jpg/8 00px-SalemMassCustomHouse1ty 13531.jpg
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