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Pride of Hagar and Hester Hagar and Hester both express the characteristics of pride The expression of pride does differ and are similar in many ways Such as how they show pride by and who are they proud of Hagar shows pride by abandoning Bram living individually and how she behaves around John Marvin and Doris Hester also shows pride in many ways through either Pearl or how she walks around Boston showing everyone the scarlet letter For Hagar it is a flaw because throughout her life it makes her increasingly independent which causes her not accept help from anyone For Hester it is not much of an impact because Pearl is the only thing she can be proud and can enjoy Hester is also proud of Scarlet letter but the town does not recognize it because it symbolizes sin Hagar and Hester both show pride in different and similar ways which has different impact on their lives Hester and Hagar are proud of their children Hester is proud of Pearl 93 because she dresses Pearl in a crimson velvet tunic abundantly embroidered by gold thread and many colors Another incident is shown 104 when Hester says that Pearl is her happiness torture and she is the only thing that keeps her there This shows that Hester is proud of Pearl otherwise she would not be saying that Pearl is her happiness and dress her that well Hagar is proud of John 123 where she compares John with her father Hagar says that John is boy after Mr Curries heart and he has Mr Curries get up and go By this she is implying that John is just like her dad and she is proud that John has his quickness When Marvin leaves for war 129 Hagar says that she wanted to hold him and not let go which clearly shows that Hagar loved him but was also proud that her son was going
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