Tales of Burning Love: Louise Erdrich's "Scarlet Letter"

Matchie, Tom
January 2001
Telling the Stories: Essays on American Indian Literatures & Cul;2001, p153
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The article presents a comparison between the novels Tales of Burning Love and The Scarlet Letter. Both novels by Louise Erdrich and Nathaniel Hawthorne respectively dealt with love between man and woman. In The Scarlet Letter, the main character Hester Pyrnne was reflected by the wives in the Tales of Burning Love.


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