The Scarlet Letter Essay | The Scarlet letter

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The Scarlet letter

Summary: This is about the book the Scarlet letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
In the novel The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne uses the character Hester Prynne to show alienated from culture or society for committing adultery. Hester had the letter A on her chest for the world to know what she had done not to mention the fact that her daughter Pearl was there to remind Hester of her sin everyday. Indeed Pearl was a reminded she was also the only friend and person Hester had to talk to. She was frowned upon by the Puritan society in which she lived because adultery was a sin and the society did not approve it not even at the least. Hester was sentence with two things as a result of her sin: first was imprisonment and 24 hours on the scaffold for the town to see. The second punishment was to wear a Scarlet letter on her chest. Hester was questioned day after...

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