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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Motif of Isolation/Alienation By: Danielle Adams and Kenzie Tucker-Gosnell 1. But, under the leaden infliction which it was at her doom to endure, she felt, at moments, as if she must needs shriek out with the full power of her lungs, and cast herself from the scaffold down upon the ground, or else go mad at once (Hawthorne 49; ch. 2). 2.From the intense consciousness of being the object of severe and universal observation, the wearer of the scarlet letter was at length relieved, by discerning on the outskirts of the crowd a figure which irresistibly took possession of her thoughts (Hawthorne 52; ch. 3). 3.But it is not recorded that, in a single instance, her skill was called in aid to embroider the white veil which was to cover the pure blushes of a bride (Hawthorne 76; ch. 5). 4.There were both truth and error in the impression; the child and mother were estranged, but through Hester's fault, not Pearl's (Hawthorne 197; ch. 19). 5.For thee and Pearl, be it as God shall order, said the minister; and God is merciful! Let me now do the will which He hath made plain before my sight.For, Hester, I am a dying man. So let me make haste to take my shame upon me (Hawthorne 207; ch. 23).
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