By Eugene Hudson Long, R. G. Collmer
Covers a various variety of pursuits in American literature.
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He regretted, deeply and bitterly, the moral cowardice that had restrained his words, when he was about to disclose the truth to Dorcas; but pride, the fear of losing her affection, the dread of universal scorn, forbade him to rectify this falsehood. [X, 34849] Even though his common sense tells him that there was nothing he could have done about Roger, the "concealment had imparted to a justifiable act, much of the secret effect of guilt" and it becomes "like a serpent, gnawing into his heart" (X, 349, 350).
Pride was the source of that refusal, and the remembrance of it was painful. A few years ago, I desired to atone for this fault; I went to Uttoxeter in very bad weather, and stood for a considerable time bareheaded in the rain, on the spot where my father's stall used to stand. '2 The Reverend Richard Warner visited Lichfield in 1801 and provided an enlarged account in his Tour Through the Northern Counties, a book Hawthorne may have 1Nathaniel Hawthorne, Twice-Told Tales (Columbus: Ohio State Univ.
Boswell's source for the anecodote appears to have been the Political Magazine for December 1787. See The Correspondence and Other Papers Relating to the Making of the LIFE OF JOHNSON, ed. Marshall Waingrow (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1969). pp. 388-89. While there is the remote possibility that Hawthorne saw the earlier account, Boswell's version would seem to be his most likely source. 3Richard Warner, A Tour Through the Northern Counties of England, and the Borders of Scotland (Bath, 1802), I, 105.