In colonial New England, Hester Prynne is forced to publicly lead a life of sin. A symbolic tale of honor, revenge, and guilt, THE SCARLETT LETTER reveals how it was to be an outcast in puritan society.
|Series:||Wadsworth Classics Series|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.35(d)|
Table of Contents
1. The Prison-Door. 2. The Market Place. 3. The Recognition. 4. The Interview. 5. Hester at her Needle. 6. Pearl. 7. The Governor's Hall. 8. The Elf-Child and the Minister. 9. The Leech. 10. The Leech and His Patient. 11. The Interior of a Heart. 12. The Minister's Vigil. 13. Another View of Hester. 14. Hester and the Physician. 15. Hester and Pearl. 16. A Forest Walk. 17. The Pastor and His Parishioner. 18. A Flood of Sunshine. 19. The Child at the Brookside. 20. The Minister in a Maze. 21. The New England Holiday. 22. The Procession. 23. The Revelation of the Scarlet Letter. 24. Conclusion.
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