The Scarlet Letter Essay | The Scarlet Letter: The Cycle of Suffering and Redemption

This student essay consists of approximately 6 pages of analysis of The Scarlet Letter.
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The Scarlet Letter: The Cycle of Suffering and Redemption

Summary: Analyzes Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. Discusses Hawthorne's belief that suffering is necessary for redemption.
Throughout human existence, we have always been concerned with our future. Is there an after-life? How can I make it to heaven? Will God allow me to get in? Is there a way for someone as bad as me? These are all questions which people think about at least once in their lifetime. There are no definite answers to these questions which are asked. No sure-fire way to know what happens after one passes on. There are, however, an array of different belief systems and religions that try to answer these questions for everyone. One such type is the Puritan religion. They believed that if you sinned at all there was no way that you could not achieve salvation. Sin is anything against God. The bible says; "For the wages of sin is death" (Romans 6:23). The Puritan's lived in fear of...

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