Analyze the relationship between Aylmer and Georgiana in Hawthorne’s “the birthmark”

Analyze the relationship between Aylmer and Georgiana in Hawthorne’s “the birthmark”. Analyze the relationship between Aylmer and Georgiana in Hawthorne’s “the birthmark”. Requirements for the Assignment
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I am attaching the annotated bib. that has the articles that are supposed to be used in this essay.

2. Analyze the relationship between Alymer and Georgiana in Hawthorne’s short 
story, “The Birth-mark.” In what ways do mind and heart, imagination and feeling, 
and attitudes toward masculine and feminine behavior determine the success or 
failure of that relationship? 

Askew, Melvin W. “Hawthorne, the Fall, and the Psychology of Maturity.” Critical Insights: 
Nathaniel Hawthorne. Ed Jack Lynch. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 2010. 231-241. Print. 

Eckstein, Barbara. “Hawthorne’s ‘The Birthmark’: Science and Romance as Belief.” Studies In 
Short Fiction 26.4 (1989): 511-519. Print. 

Keetley, Dawn. “Bodies and Morals: Hawthorne’s ‘The Birthmark’ and Neil LaBute’s ‘The 
Shape of Things.’” Literature Film Quarterly 38.1 (2010): 16-28. Print. 

Marshall, Megan. “Sophia’s Crimson Hand.” Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 37.2 (2011): 36-47. 
Print. 

McKenna, John J. “Lessons about Pygmalion Projects and Temperament in Hawthorne’s 
‘The Birthmark.’” Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 7.1 (2006): 36-43. 

Reid, Alfred S. “Hawthorne’s Humanism: ‘The Birthmark’ and Sir Kenelm Digby.” American 

38.3 (1966): 337-51. Print. 
Rosenberg, Liz. “‘The Best That Earth Could Offer’: ‘The Birth-Mark,’ A Newly-Wed’s 
Story.” Studies in Short Fiction 30.2 (1993): 145-52. Print. 

Balestrini, Nassim W. “From Alymer’s Experiment to Aesthetic Surgery.” Nathaniel 
Hawthorne Review 38.1 (2012): 58-84. Print.

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Analyze the relationship between Aylmer and Georgiana in Hawthorne’s “the birthmark”

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