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Throughout the famed Puritan novel

Throughout the famed Puritan novel, The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne symbolizes Pearl as dark and evil, as she was born out of sin. However, contrary to popular belief, Pearl is in fact the purest character in the novel. Hester Prynne was a woman from England who moved to America, before her husband, Roger Chillingworth, and committed adultery during his absence with an eminent minister, Arthur Dimmesdale. With the blame solely on Hester, and with the Puritan town oblivious to their loved minister’s true identity, she and Pearl, the fruit of her sin, were shunned from society. Yet, Dimmesdale continued being loved by his village. Throughout the famed Puritan novel, The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne symbolizes Pearl as dark and evil, as she was born out of sin. However, contrary to popular belief, Pearl is in fact the purest character in the novel. Hester Prynne was a woman from England who moved to America, before her husband, Roger Chillingworth, and committed adultery during his absence with an eminent minister, Arthur Dimmesdale.

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