By Joyce A. Rowe
An unique method of 4 mainstream texts for the learn of yankee literature and the radical in most cases. It examines the unusually equivocal nature of the imaginative and prescient with which every of them ends, with the significant protagonists illogically clinging to their very own transcendent snapshot of selfhood.
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In a series of quasi-surreal images, the narrator evokes the warring impulses of a spirit steeped in Franklinesque virtues of selfrestraint and consciously wedded to their promise of success. Like the young Ben Franklin, Robin never despairs, is always shrewd, confident, and optimistic. But the narrative eye illumines the narrow boundaries of this pragmatic consciousness, around and beneath which lies the primitive horror of the confrontation Robin has been both seeking and avoiding all night long.
Of Major Molineux," the possibility that Robin will be able to shape his own myth, write his own story, is reopened; the bold irony that brought the American dream of moral and economic self-sufficiency face-to-face with the realities of human nature subsides. By repressing the chaos of being beneath a shrewd Yankee conscience, Robin is confirmed in the narrow Franklinesque character of his conscious self. The night has indeed been an initiation. " 20 Such a concept of survival would involve a deeper recognition of self and circumstance than Hawthorne allows even his most psychologically acute characters to register.
Yet it is also a conventional social landscape where none of these truths is evident to the townspeople, where all emotion is hidden or disguised. The moral 40 The Scarlet Letter strictures of the Puritan elders blind them to truths of feeling, while their pleasure in color and ornament at home consorts oddly with their dour public appearance. Out of the house of the righteous and responsible Governor Bellingham peeps his sister, Mistress Hibbins, who claims to be on intimate terms with the devil.