The problem of guilt is a major theme in Hawthorne’s works.
He changed the spelling of his name from Hathorne to Hawthorne, and he tried to forget his past and make a good name for himself and his family (Merriman). He expressed numerous morals throughout his works and was religious and allegorical.
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His intense suffering infused the novel with imaginative energy, leading him to describe it as a "hell-fired story." On February 3, 1850, Hawthorne read the final pages to his wife.
According to him, Peabody had an immensely emotional reaction to the work: "It broke her heart and sent her to bed with a grievous headache, which I look upon as a triumphant success." were both considered disappointments.