The Scarlet Letter

What were Hester's thoughts as she approached the scaffold?

Ch. 2: The Market-Place

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Hester accepts her humanity rather than struggles against it; in many ways, her “sin” originated in her acknowledgment of her human need for love, following her husband’s unexplained failure to arrive in Boston and his probable death.