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Canaday, Nicholas, Jr. "Hawthorne's Minister and the Veiling Deceptions of Self," Studies in Short Fiction,Vol. 4, No. 1, Fall, 1966, 135-42.

Dryden, Edgar A. "Through a Glass Darkly: 'The Minister's Black Veil' as Parable," in New Essays on Hawthorne's Major Tales, edited by Millicent Bell, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993, pp. 133-50.

Melville, Herman. Excerpted in Faust, Bertha. "Hawthorne's Contemporaneous Reputation: A Study of Literary Opinion in America and England 1828-1864," dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1939, p. 63.

Stein, William Bysshe. "The Parable of the Antichrist in 'The Minister's Black Veil,"' in American Literature, Vol. 27, November, 1955, pp. 386-392.

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