Study Guide The Scarlet Letter
Irene Lape and Michael S. Gilleland
This study guide will help the student to better understand The Scarlet Letter. Focuses on vocabulary study and literary analysis.
Hester Prynne, tormented by guilt and the ostracization of her neighbors, refuses to reveal the identity of the father of her child-the man with whom she committed adultery. Hawthorne mixes Puritanism with the birth of Romanticism as he examines sin, guilt, vengeance, and redemption.
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