"The Scarlet Letter"
In the novel "The Scarlet Letter", Nathaniel Hawthorne uses a lot of symbolism. Some symbols in the novel include the red letter "A", the Black Man, and the leech. Another symbol he uses is the black plant.
The red letter "A" at the beginning of the novel symbolized a crime of passion. The color red usually means passion and since Hester is wearing it for her crime of adultery, it can be understood to mean a crime of passion. Hester expiated for her crime by accepting to wear the letter. The letter was intended to be a stigma. The stigma was embarrassment. The letter was to embarrass Heste…
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