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The scarlet letter is one of the most celebrated novels in early american literature and is probably the magnum opus of its author, nathaniel hawthorne it vividly depicts puritan life in massachusetts during the mid-1600s and explores issues of american morality, religion, and hypocrisy. 'the scarlet letter' by nathaniel hawthorne, reviewed the author’s son reviewed the acclaimed novel 36 years after its publication. The scarlet letter by nathaniel hawthorne 1 (as of its values documents similar to the scarlet letter packet. Literary devices in the scarlet letter symbolism, imagery, allegory yeah, that's a lot of tone to pack into one novel, but hawthorne is a good writer.
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