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The Scarlet Letter Adultery betrayal promiscuity subterfuge and intrigue all of which would make an excellent coming attraction on the Hollywood scene and probably a pretty good book Add Puritan ideals and writing styles making it long drawn out tedious wearisome sleep inducing insipidly asinine and the end result is The Scarlet Letter Despite all these things it is considered a classic and was a statement of the era The Scarlet Letter is a wonderful and not so traditional example of the good versus evil theme What makes this a unique instance of good versus evil is that either side could be considered either one Hester could very easily have been deduced as evil or the bad guy as she was by the townspeople That is she was convicted of adultery a horrible sin of the time but maybe not even seen as criminal today As for punishment a sentence to wear a scarlet A upon her chest it would hardly be considered a burden or extreme sentence in present day Or Hester can be seen as rebelling against a society where she was forced into a loveless marriage and hence she would be the good guy or girl as the case may be Also the townspeople the magistrates and Chillingworth Hesters true husband can be seen in both lights Either they can be perceived as just upholding the law -she committed a crime they enforce the law On the other hand are they going to extreme measures such as wanting to take Pearl Hesters daughter away just because Hester has deviated from the norm all to enforce an unjust law that does not even apply to this situation Although the subjects of the
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