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The Scarlet Letter: Hope
When authors write books, most don’t write only to entertain their readers. They go further and develop an argument from which their readers can learn from. One book that successfully develops multiple arguments is The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. In his story, Hawthorne uses the discriminatory religious beliefs of the Puritan society and shows how they negatively affect two main characters. He shows how these characters use and develop hope to get past their struggles.