Symbolic Meaning In Scarlet Letter And The Minster's Black Veil

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Nathaniel Hawthorne was a very well-known author in the mid-1800s. The manuscript that made him famous was the novel, “The Scarlet Letter.” Which was officially published in the year of 1850 along with two of his other very successful stories, “Young Goodman Brown.” And “The Minister’s Black Veil.” Hawthorne’s books became very popular in the year that it was published and has managed to remain extremely popular now, high school and college students are currently required to read his work today. Hawthorne was known to have double meanings in his stories, the physical objects in his stories, “The Scarlet Letter.”, “Young Goodman Brown.” And “The Minster’s Black Veil.” All have some specific type of symbolic reasoning. The Scarlet Letter is

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