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This brief essay intends to shed a fresh light on two short stories written by the celebrated American author Nathaniel Hawthorne from the perspective of how the 'self' is explored; the works to be discussed are "The Prophetic Pictures" and "Wakefield". Concretely, it will demonstrate that the author presents a characteristic individual whose self is fragmented in each of the two tales. In other words, those characters are separated not only from a common community to which they shoulddoi:10.47365/litinfinite.1.1.2019.34-40 fatcat:ccjvuvduyfcsdobwh2uw26o3se