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Four Female Characters Who Share The Same Fate In ‘The Scarlet Letter’

The Scarlet Letter Analysis

A banner for OU’s presentation of “The Scarlet Letter” from the University Theatre’s website

When Nathaniel Hawthorne was writing his novel The Scarlet Letter, there were four female characters that shared the same fate, being punished by the community and ostracized from society because of their deeds. The first character is Hester Prynne, who was convicted of having an affair with Arthur…




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