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Pearl In Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlett Letter

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"There is no law, nor revernce for authority, no regard for human ordinances or opinions, right or wrong, mixed up with that child's composition." (Hawthrone, 73) After Hester Prynne commited adultery with Arthur Dimmesdale, she gave birth to a baby girl who she named Pearl. The townspeople regard Pearl as the child of the Devil due to her actions, attitude, and missing father. Pearl, from The Scarlet Letter, is a mischievous young girl that is also seen as her mother's only
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