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In Nathaniel Hawthorne' s early literary works, "homelessness" was an important concept. It was not only reflected in the conflictions between the individuals and their house and clans, but also in Hawthorne' s unique understanding of the concept of "home", which closely combined with various other concepts such as "Family" and "Homeland". Therefore, the sense of "homeless" cannot be simply understood as people leaving their family and homeland in space, or people losing their house in theirdoi:10.7575/aiac.ijclts.v.7n.2p.15 fatcat:ln2xxv2l4bf2ngjgyt3z6wjvfm