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When Hester Pryne commits Adultery she is judged and ostracized by the Puritan community she lives in. Hester is forced to wear a scarlet "A" (for adultery) on her attire at all times, as a sign to everyone that she has sinned deeply. Hers is the obvious sin but the Puritan community fails to see that the sins that beset them, pride, bitterness, and hypocrisy, are just as likely to destroy the soul if not dealt with.  This book shows the contrast of redemption through repentance and destruction through hypocrisy and hate.

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