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Mockery of Hypocrisy

Summary: The hypocrisy in The Scarlet Letter related to current events.
Mockery of Hypocrisy

Imagine yourself in a room crowded with people who have committed the crime of theft. You know as well as everyone else in the room that you have stolen something before on purpose, even if it's as little as a pencil. The people surrounding you, linger, staring in doubt while your head is up and you pretend as if you aren't guilty of the same crime. You were just never caught, so therefore you believe that you are superior and a better person. You start nit picking at each and everyone of them trying to drag them down, but instead you are dragging yourself to a lower level with each word, until you can't handle the guilt, pressure, and the torment of all the people around you, who now have their heads up. They begin to stare you down as the evil person, and...

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