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Which of the following BEST illustrates the Townswomen's personal reasoning for their irritation when they witness the scarlet letter for the first time on Hester's gown?
They are shocked at the severity of the punishment.
They find the punishment far too merciful.
They feel as though the letter is too difficult to see.
They find the manner in which the letter is embroidered to be a form of rebellion on Hester's part.
They feel as though Hester has managed to hide the letter too well.