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Portrait of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Charles Osgood, 1840
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Poe, Hawthorne, and Early Nineteenth-Century Abortion
by Dana Medoro
Published by: University of Massachusetts Press, hardcover and paperback, in July 2022
Examines ideas regarding race, abortion, and nationalism in works by Poe and Hawthorne in regard to the increase in abortions in antebellum America and the role of Madame Restell in her support of women’s reproductive rights.