The Scarrlet Letter

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The Scarrlet Letter As citizens of the United States and members of the most open society in the world it is difficult for us to picture a world where the phrases woman’s rights, equal opportunity, and religious freedom have little meaning. When the surface of American history is scratched, not necessarily deeply a past of limited rights for women is soon revealed. The challenge to any author comes in painting a picture of this …

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…s nature, and her nurture. At the conclusion of the novel Hawthorne leaves much to be pondered. Although, one thing is clearly shown, Hesters has reforming independence. Although the novel used little imagery a reader is still left to contemplate the true magnitude of this Woman’s independence. The specific effects of her personality can always be argued, but a modern reader will never question Hesters ability to achieve success in today’s social structure.