Hester Koch's Scarlet Letter
And naturally in those good old days PBS gave us a richly ornamented TV adaptation of Nathaniel Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter ... Now at least Hester Prynne actually was a sinner. She had evidence of her sin, the irrepressible Pearl conceived in the absence ...
The New Scarlet Letter
Marcy Bloom does U.S. advocacy and capacity building ... When I was in high school, I read "The Scarlet Letter" and was intrigued by its dark and stormy themes. Published in 1850, Nathaniel Hawthorne narrates the story of Hester Prynne, the heroine accused ...
BWW Review: Modern Adaptation of THE SCARLET LETTER at Oyster Mill
It's customary to hear the words "The Scarlet Letter" and gag. Nathaniel Hawthorne ... Hibbons' interactions with Pearl are fascinating, though Nagy never makes it clear if Hibbons is trying to find out who Pearl's father is, or if she is attempting ...
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
She must wear a scarlet A and stand on the scaffold, exposed to public humiliation in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter (1850). In the crowd, she sees her long lost husband. He is told of his wife’s adultery and declares that child’s father ...
A is for Axe: The Filmic Butchering of 'The Scarlet Letter'
Such tyranny is reminiscent of Nathaniel Hawthorne ... Pearl, is forced to wear a red letter “A” pinned to her breast for her crime of adultery, and is publicly chastised for her indiscretion, yet she refuses to give up Pearl’s father’s identity.