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Doubleday, Neal Frank, Hawthorne's Early Tales: A Critical Study, Duke University Press, 1972, pp. 2147-3018.

Friedlander, Benjamin, "Hawthorne's 'Waking Reality,'" in American Transcendental Quarterly, March 1999.

Harris, Mark, "The Wives of the Living?: Absence of Dreams in Hawthorne's 'The Wives of the Dead,'" in Studies in Short Fiction, No. 29, 1992, pp. 323-29.

Lang, H. J., "How Ambiguous Is Hawthorne?" in Hawthorne: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by A. N. Kaul, Prentice-Hall, 1966, pp. 86-98.

Martin, Terrence, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Twayne Publishers, 1965, pp. 24-26.

McDermott, John V., "Hawthorne's 'The Wives of the Dead,'" in Explicator, Vol. 54, No. 3, Spring 1996, pp. 145-47.

Selzer, John L., "Psychological Romance in Hawthorne's 'Wives of the Dead,'" in Studies in Short Fiction, Vol. 16, 1979, pp. 311-15.

Stephenson, Edward, "Hawthorne's 'Wives of the Dead,'" in Explicator, Vol. XXV, No. 8, item 63, April 1967.

Van Doren, Mark, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sloane Associates, 1949, pp. 82-84.

Waggoner, Hyatt H., Hawthorne: A Critical...

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