"Scarlet Letter" Book Report

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And her punishment is to wear the scarlet letter along with public humiliation for her sin and secret. Later, she is taken to the town scaffold and scolded by the town fathers. She still refuses to tell who the father of Pearl is. Hester's missing husband, now known as Roger Chillingworth, is now living in Boston as a doctor to take revenge on Hester?s secret lover...
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He doesn't reveal his true identity to anyone except Hester. He makes her promise to keep it a secret. Hester works as a seamstress to support herself and Pearl. Pearl is starting to act like a mischievous and stubborn girl. Rejected by the community, they live in a small house in the suburbs of Boston...
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