Publish date: February 16th 2010
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
A woman returns to London, after a sojourn in The Colonies, with her precocious, and wealthy, 8-year-old daughter. After settling in with old friends, she finds herself in the midst of the political machinations of Oliver Cromwell's England.....due to a certain "gift" of "seeing into the hearts of m...
I never read The Scarlet Letter, but that made no difference in understanding this story. Very good read, loved the historical content.
(3.5)"And I could almost pity him, the most powerful man in England"We've all read Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter back in our old school days (and most of you hated it), but I reread it a few years back and just loved it. Hester refuses to name her lover and is forced to wear the badge of an adulter...
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