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The Rose Of Death and Other Mysterious Delusions

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Julian Hawthorne, born in 1846, was the only son of Nathaniel Hawthorne, one of America’s greatest writers. As a child, he had been fascinated by the supernatural, and his fiction dealt with the mysterious, the occult, and the gothic. Yet, while Julian was a prolific writer, his works fell into almost complete neglect following his death, overshadowed by the literary succe ...more
Hardcover, 185 pages
Published July 20th 1997 by Ash-Tree Press (first published July 1997)
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Julian Hawthorne was the son of Nathaniel Hawthorne. He wrote poetry, novels, non-fiction, a series of crime novels based on the memoirs of New York's Inspector Byrnes, and edited several collections of short stories. He attended Harvard, without graduating, and later studied civil engineering.

In 1898, Julian submitted an eyewitness account of the destruction of the United States battleship, Main
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