Nathaniel Hawthorne about dignity (“The Scarlet Letter”, 1850) - The besom of reform has swept him out of office; and a worthier successor wears his dignity, and pockets his emoluments.
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The besom of reform has swept him out of office; and a worthier successor wears his dignity, and pockets his emoluments.
 Nathaniel HawthorneThe Scarlet Letter (1850). copy citation

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