The Role Of Forgiveness In The Scarlet Letter

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No matter our ethnicity, our beliefs, or any other distinction, we are all human. Part of which includes being imperfect and making mistakes. However what keeps us together is empathy and forgiveness. Seeing as we are all far from perfect and are in no position to judge one another, as we are no better than the next flawed individual. In The Scarlet Letter, a young women by Hester Prynne is outcasted by the entire village due to the child her had out of wedlock. The hate she comes to face is one of little to compare. Though after time she comes to earn respect for her charitableness, as seen in the quote “‘Do you see that woman with the embroidered badge?’ they would say to strangers. "It is our Hester, —the town 's own Hester, —who is so kind
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