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The Marble Faun , in full The Marble Faun; or, The Romance of Monte Beni , novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne , published in 1860. It is one of the works Hawthorne called romances—“unrealistic” stories in exotic settings. The novel’s central metaphor is a statue of a faun by Praxiteles that Hawthorne had seen in Rome. In the faun’s fusing of animal and human characteristics, Hawthorne found an allegory of the fall of man from amoral innocence to the knowledge of good and evil, a theme that often had been assumed in his earlier works but that here received direct and philosophic treatment.

The faun of the novel is Donatello, a passionate young Italian who makes the acquaintance of three American artists—Miriam, Kenyon, and Hilda—who are spending time in Rome. When Donatello kills a man who has been shadowing Miriam, he is wracked by guilt until he is arrested by the police and imprisoned. Both of the women are tainted by guilt.

In The Marble Faun a trio of expatriate American art students in Italy become peripherally involved to varying degrees in the murder of an unknown man; their contact with sin transforms two of them from innocents into adults now possessed of a mature and critical awareness…

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“Donatello,” playfully cried Miriam, “do not leave us in this perplexity! Shake aside those brown curls, my friend, and let us see whether this marvellous resemblance extends to the very tips of the ears. If so, we shall like you all the better!”

“No, no, dearest signorina,” answered Donatello, laughing, but with a certain earnestness. “I entreat you to take the tips of my ears for granted.” As he spoke, the young Italian made a skip and jump, light enough for a veritable faun; so as to place himself quite beyond the reach of the fair hand that was outstretched, as if to settle the matter by actual examination. “I shall be like a wolf of the Apennines,” he continued, taking his stand on the other side of the Dying Gladiator, “if you touch my ears ever so softly. None of my race could endure it. It has always been a tender point with my forefathers and me.”

He spoke in Italian, with the Tuscan rusticity of accent, and an unshaped sort of utterance, betokening that he must heretofore have been chiefly conversant with rural people.

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The Marble Faun , in full The Marble Faun; or, The Romance of Monte Beni , novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne , published in 1860. It is one of the works Hawthorne called romances—“unrealistic” stories in exotic settings. The novel’s central metaphor is a statue of a faun by Praxiteles that Hawthorne had seen in Rome. In the faun’s fusing of animal and human characteristics, Hawthorne found an allegory of the fall of man from amoral innocence to the knowledge of good and evil, a theme that often had been assumed in his earlier works but that here received direct and philosophic treatment.

The faun of the novel is Donatello, a passionate young Italian who makes the acquaintance of three American artists—Miriam, Kenyon, and Hilda—who are spending time in Rome. When Donatello kills a man who has been shadowing Miriam, he is wracked by guilt until he is arrested by the police and imprisoned. Both of the women are tainted by guilt.

In The Marble Faun a trio of expatriate American art students in Italy become peripherally involved to varying degrees in the murder of an unknown man; their contact with sin transforms two of them from innocents into adults now possessed of a mature and critical awareness…

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The Marble Faun , in full The Marble Faun; or, The Romance of Monte Beni , novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne , published in 1860. It is one of the works Hawthorne called romances—“unrealistic” stories in exotic settings. The novel’s central metaphor is a statue of a faun by Praxiteles that Hawthorne had seen in Rome. In the faun’s fusing of animal and human characteristics, Hawthorne found an allegory of the fall of man from amoral innocence to the knowledge of good and evil, a theme that often had been assumed in his earlier works but that here received direct and philosophic treatment.

The faun of the novel is Donatello, a passionate young Italian who makes the acquaintance of three American artists—Miriam, Kenyon, and Hilda—who are spending time in Rome. When Donatello kills a man who has been shadowing Miriam, he is wracked by guilt until he is arrested by the police and imprisoned. Both of the women are tainted by guilt.

In The Marble Faun a trio of expatriate American art students in Italy become peripherally involved to varying degrees in the murder of an unknown man; their contact with sin transforms two of them from innocents into adults now possessed of a mature and critical awareness…

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