by Nathaniel Hawthorne
An ardent young woman, her cowardly lover, and her vengeful husband. These are the three central characters in this classic novel of passion and convention in the Puritan world of 17th-century Boston. Hailed by Arnold Bennett as being "the one American literary work which comes as near to perfection as is granted a man to bring his achievments.
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