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mode
used in The Scarlet Letter

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  • These, after exhausting other modes of amusement, now thronged about Hester Prynne with rude and boorish intrusiveness.
    Chapter 22 — The Procession (90% in)
  • I must not be understood affirming that, in the dressing up of the tale, and imagining the motives and modes of passion that influenced the characters who figure in it, I have invariably confined myself within the limits of the old Surveyor's half-a-dozen sheets of foolscap.
    Introductory (71% in)
  • He described him as a man of skill in all Christian modes of physical science, and likewise familiar with whatever the savage people could teach in respect to medicinal herbs and roots that grew in the forest.
    Chapter 4 — The Interview (4% in)
  • Here, indeed, in the sable simplicity that generally characterised the Puritanic modes of dress, there might be an infrequent call for the finer productions of her handiwork.
    Chapter 5 — Hester at her Needle (38% in)
  • Then, too, the people were countenanced, if not encouraged, in relaxing the severe and close application to their various modes of rugged industry, which at all other times, seemed of the same piece and material with their religion.
    Chapter 21 — The New England Holiday (53% in)

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