The Scarlet Letter

what does the narrator suggest we learn from the rose bush by the prison door?

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We learn that the rosebush symbolizes the forest which was replaced by a burgeoning coastal town. The remaining forest is all that if left to embrace freedom from law. This is later supported by Dimmesdale and Hester's meeting.


The Scarlet Letter