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Comparing The Scarlet Letter by Hawthorne to The Other by de Beauvoir
In The Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne describes Hester as an enigma of womankind instilling his views of Puritanism and the role of the woman into the heroine. In de Beauvoir's essay, The Other, she introduces the role of woman as seen by men in society. Both writers have developed a clear idea of the purpose of woman in society. Yet there are variations in their beliefs on woman's role in society. Each author advocates an ideal relationship between men and women. Even now, some of the writer's perceptions on the relationships between man and woman are still shared by a large number of people,…
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