Romeo and Juliet
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The Custom House: Introductory to The Scarlet Letter
Chapter 1: The Prison Door
Chapter 2: The Marketplace
Chapter 3: The Recognition
Chapter 4: The Interview
Chapter 5: Hester at Her Needle
Chapter 6: Pearl
Chapter 7: The Governor’s Hall
Chapter 8: The Elf-Child and the Minister
Chapter 9: The Leech
Chapter 10: The Leech and His Patient
Chapter 11: Inside a Heart
Chapter 12: The Minister’s Vigil
Chapter 13: Another View of Hester
Chapter 14: Hester and the Doctor
Chapter 15: Hester and Pearl
Chapter 16: A Forest Walk
Chapter 17: The Pastor and His Parishioner
Chapter 18: A Flood of Sunshine
Chapter 19: The Child at the Brookside
Chapter 20: The Minister in a Maze
Chapter 21: The New England Holiday
Chapter 22: The Procession
Chapter 23: The Revelation of the Scarlet Letter
Chapter 24: Conclusion
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