The Scarlet Letter

In The Scarlet Letter, what does Pearl best represent throughout the novel?

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While there are many ideas about what Pearl represents in Hawthorn's The Scarlet Letter. Most will agree that she is the living symbol of the red A that her mother must wear. She is the result of her mother's mistake and is a living reminder of those actions.