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In CliffsNotes on Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, you discover existence in 17th-century Massachusetts as you stick to the ordeal of Hester Prynne, who has been discovered accountable of adultery and sentenced to put on a scarlet letter A on her costume as an indication of disgrace. The Scarlet Letter is taken into account to be Hawthorne's best paintings, depicting a global the place the genuine meets the artificial, the particular meets the imaginary — in a vintage tale that's tough to forget.
This learn advisor conscientiously walks you thru each step of Hester's trip by way of delivering summaries and demanding analyses of every bankruptcy of the unconventional. You'll additionally discover the lifestyles and history of the writer, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and achieve perception into how he got here to write down The Scarlet Letter. different good points that assist you research include
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