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The Scarlet Letterquestions

Nathaniel Hawthorne was born in Salem, Massachusetts, on July 4, 1804. His parents were Nathaniel and Elizabeth Hawthorne. When he entered Bowdoin College in 1821, he studied to be a professional writer. He was well aware of the fact that being a writer was not supported by his puritan forefathers and was even looked down […]

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The Scarlet Letter: The Scaffolds Power

The Scarlet Letter: The Scaffold’s Power Recurring events show great significance and elucidate the truth beneath appearances. In The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne chooses the scaffold scenes to show powerful differences and similarities. Each scaffold scene foreshadows the next and brings greater understanding of the novel. By beginning with the first, continuing with the middle, […]

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Hesters Letter

There are numerous characters in The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, that play noteworthy roles. The character that stands out the most is Hester Prynne. Hester changes significantly during the course of the novel. In the beginning of the novel she is conceived as an extreme sinner through the eyes of the Puritans; she has […]

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The Scarlet Letter 10

‘Among many morals which press upon us from the poor minister’s miserable experience, we put only this into a sentence: Be true! Be true! Be true! Show freely to the world, if not your worst, yet some trait whereby the worst may be inferred!’;(Ch.24: 236) Hawthorne expresses the purpose of writing this novel in that […]

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Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne

In Nathaniel Hawthornes classic novel The Scarlet Letter, the lives of three people are deeply altered by a single act of passion. After Hester Prynne has an illegitimate child, Pearl, from an undisclosed father, Hester is isolated from the Puritan community she resides in and forced to wear a token of her sin on her […]

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Scarlet Letter Book Report

Characters: – Hester Prynne was a beautiful, young woman living in Amsterdam with her husband, Roger Chillingworth. He sent her you America alone while he finished his business. In America she met Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale who she had a love affair with. Pearl was the name of their child. When the townspeople found out about […]

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Scarlet Letter Literary Criticism

Scarlet Letter Literary Criticism All great stories have thorough reports from several different literary critics, what do they have to say on The Scarlet Letter? The Scarlet Letter in the nineteenth century is comparable to early twentieth century and late twentieth century criticism. Early nineteenth century critics think the story was a tremendous work of […]

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Scarlet Letter Review

Introduction Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter remains one of the best examples of Puritan literature, a novel, which points to the inadequacy of the Puritan beliefs and the moral duality of the Puritan culture. This paper reviews the author’s novel from a new, conformity vs. individuality angle. The context in which the novel was created […]

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How to Write a Prefect Love Letter

Chronological introductionWhether your heart is broken or it is beating wildly, a love letter is the best means of expressing your feelings to your lover. The world of love is complicated and love letters help so deal with these complications. Here are ten elements of a properly written love letter:A love letter should be written […]

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Raleigh’s Letter Home

Dear Sister: How are you? I can’t remember the last time saw you all together. I been at the front line for only one a night and already it seems like I’ve been out here for ages. It’s always so quiet, eerily quiet except for the odd rifle grenade that comes over the trenches. But […]

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Letter From The Trenches By Sammie Whyte

Dear Elizabeth, Dearest. I know this shall never reach you but I had to write this for my own reasons and myself, as much as for you. Even if you were to read this you wouldn’t understand. No one who has not witnessed the horror will understand. Where to begin to give you even just […]

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Sethe’s Letter to Beloved

Dearest Beloved, I still remember you, Beloved, as all mothers always remember their children. You were a tiny, fragile and heavenly body. Your coffee colored skin, big sparkly eyes and silky curly hair still appear in my dreams at night. You were so talented at a young age, you were able to walk. As the […]

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My sisters keeper letters about literature

Dear Jodi Picoult, I used to think being selfless meant giving out a compliment, giving my old clothes away, or maybe even volunteering to help decorate a dance after school, but after I read your book, My Sister’s Keeper, I knew that there was so much more I could do. Your characters were so inspiring. […]

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A letter to Frank from Eveline

Dear Frank, I am deeply sorry for what I have done to you. I know that there is no excuse for what I did, leaving you so suddenly at the boat. Especially after all the trouble you went to, making it possible so that we could be together. I can only explain the reasons for […]

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World War I Letter

Dear Elizabeth, How are you? How are Edward and Margaret? How’s life in England? How is Edward, is he still the naughty cheeky boy I knew? How is Margaret, last time I saw her she was only 6 months old? How are the children coping without a father? I miss both you and the children […]

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Isabella Bird letter

The is an extract of a letter written by a female explorer, Isabella Bird, in the Victorian era in 1901 to her friend describing a trip she has taken to Morocco. The purpose of the letter is to describe the places she has visited, all the things that she’s seen there and to convey her […]

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Research Commission

As a director, I write this letter to aid you with all the information you need to know on pantomime and costume design, which I assume, would help you as a costume designer. You have chosen the play Aladdin by Stuart Arden. I have researched some information that I can give to you to help […]

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Letter Written by Lord Chesterfield to His Son

In the letter that was written by Lord Chesterfield to his son, he uses rhetorical devices such as logos and name calling, in hope that his son will heed to. It also revealed his values of his son, future and his own experiences in life. Lord Chesterfield used logo as one of the rhetorical devices […]

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My Appeal Letter for Kingsborough

I respectfully appeal for readmission to Kingsborough Community College for the Fall semester of 2010. I was dismissed for my poor academic progress & a low GPA after the semester of 2008. I am aware that I could do much better to affect improvement in my academic standing. One reason why I feel that my […]

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Letter to Friend Telling Them About a Day on the Beach

Thanks for your letter – it was great to hear from you. I’m sorry I haven’t written for ages, but I’ve been really busy preparing for my exams. It’s really good to hear that you’ve passed your driving test. Congratulations!. Well I have some really interesting news to tell you, I may have mentioned it […]

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Dental School Admissions Letter

Dear Admissions Committee: I recently spoke with XX from the Admissions Department regarding my application and I realized that my chances of being accepted this year are somewhat limited. Nevertheless, I am writing this letter in the hope that you will seriously consider me for late admission into X University for this year. I was […]

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Dear Board of Education, Teachers, Superintendent, Principals, and Parents

I write this letter in order to help you understand what a powerful and essential movie Crash is. I do realize it has some violence, language, and sexual content. However, its revelations about life in America far outshine its negatives. Particularly being a part of an urban district, our students need to see this movie. […]

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