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Columbine English teacher pens a sequel to 'The Scarlet Letter'

By Emile Hallez

  Columbine High School teacher Paula Reed had some issues with Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic novel “The Scarlet Letter.” A 10-year chronological gap in the story prompted a horde of student questions in the two decades Reed has taught the material. And rather than leaving the questions unanswered, Reed has personally filled in the gap.


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