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Her tiny sausage like fingers lifted the frosty cardboard flap Trying to conjure up the memory of how her mother had done this she yanked a single stick from the others Her hands and legs dragged across the shag carpet she ran the twig across the wall The sudden warm bright light startled her The stick slid from her grasp hurling towards the carpet The spark multiplied to a blazing abyss The baby here is committing an evil action by lighting and dropping a match but is the baby evil or is she innocent because of her curiosity Hester Prynne committed adultery with the towns minister reverend Dimmsdale and she conceived a child After she was born pearl was seen as an evil sin Pearl truly isnt evil in Nathaniel Hawthorns the scarlet letter Despite what the townspeople think pearl is truly an innocent being Pearl was born as the result of a sin making her seen as an evil child of Satan with her demonic qualities Pearl had a wicked way of playing with other children Pearl would grow positively terrible in her puny wrath snatching up stones to fling at them with shrill incoherent exclamation Hawthorn 78 Pearl played with other children in a foul manner by thrusting stones at others Pearl confessed to not believing in god I have no heavenly father 81 She says god didnt send her to this earth she is unsure about religion at this point in her life which is unknown in her puritan community Finally pearl had an attachment to the letter of evil and wrongdoing the infants eyes had been caught by the glimmering of the gold embroidery about the letter and putting up her little hand she grasped at it smiling 79 Pearl was fixed upon the letter that symbolized her mothers wrongdoing and fault The townspeople saw a satanic way about pearl behavior Although nearly the entire town saw pearl as
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