Scarlet Letter (disambiguation)
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The Scarlet Letter is an 1850 novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Scarlet Letter or Scarlet Letters may also refer to:
- A unifying symbol adopted by atheists in deference to use of the same symbol in Hawthorne's 1850 novel, which discussed the scarlet letter A that individuals convicted of adultery would wear in Puritan society. Although initially associated chiefly with the Out Campaign, the 'Scarlet Letter' (being a stylised letter 'A' rendered in bright red) has since come to represent any person's open self-identification as an atheist, especially in the face of hostility or vilification.
- The Scarlet Letters, 1953 novel by Ellery Queen
- "Scarlet Letters" (song), 2009 song by Mudvayne
- The Scarlet Letter (opera), 1896 opera based on the novel, composed by Walter Damrosch
- The Scarlet Letter (Kroll opera), 1965 opera based on the novel, composed by Fredric Kroll
- The Scarlet Letter (Laitman opera), opera based on the novel, composed by Lori Laitman
- The Scarlet Letter (TV miniseries), a 1979 miniseries starring Meg Foster, Kevin Conway, and John Heard
- The Scarlet Letter (1908 film), starring Gene Gauntier and Jack Conway
- The Scarlet Letter (1911 film), American film starring Lucille Young and King Baggot
- The Scarlet Letter (1913 film), American film starring Linda Arvidson and Murdock MacQuarrie
- The Scarlet Letter (1917 film), starring Mary Martin and Stuart Holmes
- The Scarlet Letter (1920 film), produced by Selznick Pictures Corporation
- The Scarlet Letter (1922 film), British film starring Sybil Thorndike and Tony Fraser
- The Scarlet Letter (1926 film), American film starring Lillian Gish and Lars Hanson
- The Scarlet Letter (1934 film), American film starring Colleen Moore and Hardie Albright
- The Scarlet Letter (1973 film), German film starring Senta Berger and Hans Christian Blech
- The Scarlet Letter (1995 film), American film starring Demi Moore, Gary Oldman, and Robert Duvall
- The Scarlet Letter (2004 film), South Korean mystery/thriller starring Han Suk-kyu, Lee Eun-ju, and Sung Hyun-ah
- Easy A (2010 film), is a teen comedy film written by Bert V. Royal, directed by Will Gluck, and starring Emma Stone. The screenplay was partially inspired by the novel The Scarlet Letter.
- Scarlet Letters, a company specializing in film credits. Scarlet Letters at the Internet Movie Database
- Collins English Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged. HarperCollins Publishers, 2003.
- "The Out Campaign". Retrieved 3 February 2013.
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