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Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa (New York Review Books) (edition 2003)

by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Paul Auster (Introduction)

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This is the book I had in my choir bag for reading on my Sunday walks when I stopped for a cuppa. It proves that even the scribblings in a notebook of day to day life, if done by a brilliant writer, can be brilliant -- and makes me more determined to burn my journals so that future generations are not subjected to my day-to-day writing dregs.

Nathaniel Hawthorne's writings of his sojourn with his young son, Julian, when Mrs Hawthorne and the two girls were away for a bit. Includes his wonderful observations of his lively son, life in the country, interactions with his neighbor, Herman Melville, and a wonderful intro by Paul Auster. ( )
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At seven o'clock, A.M. Wife, E.P.P., Una, and Rosebud, took their departure, leaving Julian and me in possession of the Red Shanty.
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