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ePub The Scarlet Letter download
Author:
Lori Pendley
ISBN13:
978-0756002008
ISBN:
0756002001
Publisher:
Teachers Discovery (February 1, 2003)
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The Scarlet Letter: A Romance is a work of historical fiction by American author Nathaniel Hawthorne, published in 1850

The Scarlet Letter: A Romance is a work of historical fiction by American author Nathaniel Hawthorne, published in 1850. Set in Puritan Massachusetts Bay Colony during the years 1642 to 1649, the novel tells the story of Hester Prynne who conceives a daughter through an affair and then struggles to create a new life of repentance and dignity. Containing a number of religious and historic allusions, the book explores themes of legalism, sin, and guilt.

Come along, Madame Hester, and show your scarlet letter in the market-place!  .

Come along, Madame Hester, and show your scarlet letter in the market-place! A lane was forthwith opened through the crowd of spectators. Preceded by the beadle, and attended by an irregular procession of stern-browed men and unkindly visaged women, Hester Prynne set forth towards the place appointed for her punishment. From this intense consciousness of being the object of severe and universal observation, the wearer of the scarlet letter was at length relieved, by discerning, on the outskirts of the crowd, a figure which irresistibly took possession of her thoughts. An Indian in his native garb was standing there.

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The Scarlet Letter, novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne, published in 1850. The work centers on Hester Prynne, a married woman who is shunned after bearing a child out of wedlock but displays great compassion and resiliency

The Scarlet Letter, novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne, published in 1850. The work centers on Hester Prynne, a married woman who is shunned after bearing a child out of wedlock but displays great compassion and resiliency. The novel is considered a masterpiece of American literature and a classic moral study.

Tales of the White Hills, Legends of New England, Legends of the Province House, 1877, contain tales which had already been printed in book form in ‘Twice-Told Tales’ and the ‘Mosses’ ‘Sketched and Studies,’ 1883.

starving for symbols’ as Emerson has it. Nathaniel Hawthorne died at Plymouth, New Hampshire, on May 18th, 1864. Tales of the White Hills, Legends of New England, Legends of the Province House, 1877, contain tales which had already been printed in book form in ‘Twice-Told Tales’ and the ‘Mosses’ ‘Sketched and Studies,’ 1883.

Hester Prynne overcomes the stigma of adultery to emerge as the first great heroine in American literature

Hester Prynne overcomes the stigma of adultery to emerge as the first great heroine in American literature. Hawthorne's themes-the nature of sin, social hypocrisy, and community repression-still reverberate through American society.

The Scarlet Letter (1850), which brought him immediate recognition, was followed by The House of the Seven .

The Scarlet Letter (1850), which brought him immediate recognition, was followed by The House of the Seven Gables (1851). After serving four years as the American Consul in Liverpool, England, he traveled in Italy; he returned home to Massachusetts in 1860. Depressed, weary of writing, and failing in health, he died on May 19, 1864, at Plymouth, New Hampshire.

Red Readers are annotations of literature written for today's kids! The amusing, age-appropriate, and easy-to-follow notes unlock the mysteries of some of the world's best writing. Your class finds meaningful, humorous, and relevant interpretations of the most difficult passages. Includes explanation of language, literary devices, story elements, character notes, fun facts and more. Is it not the goal of all writers to be universally read and appreciated? Red Readers do just that! ©2004, 138 pages, 6 x 9 inches, softbound, grades 7-12.