Rappaccini's daughter is a short story by nathaniel hawthorne first published in the hawthorne begins the story with reference to the writings of the fictional writer monsieur aubépine, named after the french name of the hawthorn plant.
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Rappaccini's daughter, allegorical short story by nathaniel hawthorne, first published in united states magazine and democratic review (december 1844) and.
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