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The Scarlet Letter,9780486280486

The Scarlet Letter

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Reprint
ISBN13:

9780486280486

ISBN10:
0486280489
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
5/2/1994
Publisher(s):
Dover Publications
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Summary

For nearly a century and a half, Hawthorne's masterpiece has mesmerized readers and critics alike. One of the greatest American novels, its themes of sin, guilt, and redemption, woven through a story of adultery in the early days of the Massachusetts Colony, are revealed with remarkable psychological penetration and understanding of the human heart. New introductory Note.

Table of Contents

The Custom-House---Introductory 1(32)
The Prison-Door
33(1)
The Market-Place
34(7)
The Recognition
41(7)
The Interview
48(5)
Hester at Her Needle
53(8)
Pearl
61(7)
The Governor's Hall
68(6)
The Elf-Child and the Minister
74(6)
The Leech
80(8)
The Leech and His Patient
88(7)
The Interior of a Heart
95(6)
The Minister's Vigil
101(8)
Another View of Hester
109(6)
Hester and the Physician
115(5)
Hester and Pearl
120(5)
A Forest Walk
125(4)
The Pastor and His Parishioner
129(7)
A Flood of Sunshine
136(5)
The Child at the Brook-Side
141(5)
The Minister in a Maze
146(9)
The New England Holiday
155(6)
The Procession
161(8)
The Revelation of the Scarlet Letter
169(7)
Conclusion
176


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