Where the Hawthorniest of the Hawthorniest come together.
Everything you wanted to know about Hawthorne, and probably a little bit more.
Want to see what some of Hawthorne's ancestors were getting up to? Check out the Salem Witch Museum.
Nathaniel Hawthorne is as American as American authors get. But, strangely enough, the first movie adaptation of "Young Goodman Brown" was made by the French in 1959. Read up on it here.
And here's some information about a more recent movie version—American this time, and kind of new (1993). Okay, so it really isn't that new. Were you even around in 1993?
Fun facts about our author, courtesy of Shmoop.
More fun facts! This time from the folks at Encyclopedia Britannica.
See what great American novelist Henry James had to say about Hawthorne and his work.
A summary of "Young Goodman Brown" with eerie, mood-setting artwork.
Still waiting on YGB action figures, but this will do for now.
Seriously. All the characters are cats.