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What does Hawthorne claim are the similarities and differences in The Scarlet Letter and the historical artifacts he discovered?
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The needlework still has wonderful skill. Unlike the other things he finds, this one has art and carries a symbolic charge. Who said he made he made it up? He is trying to persuade the reader that it is real, and anyone who likes a romance knows that what is imagined and seen through dim moonlight _is_ in fact rea
that doesn't really answer the question...
that was for the other question before that this is the answer for the current question: In chapter 18 of The Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne elaborates the decision to move to Europe and how it energizes both Dimmesdale and Hester. Dimmesdale declares that he can feel joy once again, and Hester throws the scarlet letter from her chest