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In the 1600s in a small town in a market place in a time when religion was the only base of all morals among people and the government worked on behalf of god A small town is filled with commotion after a woman has been prosecuted and sentenced with punishment for adultery Her punishment is to bear a Scarlet letter an A on her bosom for the rest of her living days The woman has born a child who she is always seen with whom is her one and only companion Years after the sentence the child now seven years of age she lives her life making way by stitching garments for her fellow towns people A certain air of mystery still surrounds her and a great deal of curiosity for she has not given up the name of the one who was partner in godly sin She is quite often seen walking through the market place with her sin-born child Pearl doing their shopping buying their bread but one can feel the eyes turn and burn upon the two when they pass for no one has put to rest the case of Hester Prynne There I was minding my own nevermind when like a bolt of lightning from the heavens I saw Mistress Hester Prynne with her daughter Mistress Prynne sticks out like a sore thumb She is an odd one She walked with the child holding her hand slowly as heads to turned She stood so clear of everyone else that I saw the brand clearly It was a work of art Never have I seen such good stitching Standing in the light her hair taken back looking without expression A picturesque woman voluptuous breasts and smooth curves seem to be noticeable even though the scarlet letter seemed to steal much of the attention Her complexion so fair and so white in the light Her dress though simple hung on her
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