chapter five hester at her needle
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Hester demonstrates her charitable nature by sewing garments for the poor.
"Except for that small expenditure in the decoration of her infant, Hester bestowed all her superfluous means in charity, on wretches less miserable than herself, and who not unfrequently insulted the hand that fed them. Much of the time, which she might readily have applied to the better efforts of her art, she employed in making coarse garments for the poor."
The Scarlet Letter