The Scarlet Letter "A": Meanings and Connections

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English

 

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August 18, 2016

 

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Additionally, Pearl views the letter and her mother as equals. During chapter fourteen, Hester decides to remove her letter while in the forest. Thus, Pearl is reluctant to approach her. Hester, realizing what is wrong, says, “Pearl misses that which she has always seen me wear.” After she returns the letter her bosom, “Pearl kissed [Hester’s] brow and both cheeks … but … Pearl put up her mouth, and kissed the scarlet letter too...
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Hester, realizing what is wrong, says, “Pearl misses that which she has always seen me wear.” After she returns the letter her bosom, “Pearl kissed [Hester’s] brow and both cheeks … but … Pearl put up her mouth, and kissed the scarlet letter too.” Because of the fact that Pearl equates the letter to her mother, the letter is as deep a symbol of motherly connection as Hester is herself...
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