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Which of the following Emily Dickinson quotations would Hawthorne most favor, as evidenced by this novel?
"Because I could not stop for Death—He kindly stopped for me—"
"He put the belt around my life—I heard the buckle snap, And turned away, imperial, My lifetime folding up..."
"Some keep the Sabbath going to Church—I keep it, staying at Home—With a Bobolink for a Chorister—And an Orchard, for a Dome—"
"'Hope' is the thing with feathers—That perches in the soul—And sings the tune without the words—And never stops—at all—"
"Have you got a brook in your little heart, Where bashful flowers blow, And blushing birds go down to drink, And shadows tremble so?"