The rosebush is nature’s offering to those who must enter or leave the prison.
Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter" revolves around the adultery conviction of Hester Prynne and the 'punishment' she must endure for the crime. This Puritan society's expectation of making a 'perfect' society where a sin like adultery is a major crime one can commit, and the eventual punishment that she must endure, bearing the "scarlet letter A" as a sign of her sin and punishment for all to see.
In the given excerpt from the very first chapter of the book, the speaker/ narrator describes the jail/prison entrance where there grew a while rose-bush. It offered its <em>"fragrance and fragile beauty to the prisoner as he went in, and to the condemned criminal as he came forth to his doom .... [as a] token that the deep heart of Nature could pity and be kind to him." </em>This <u>rosebush is a symbol of nature's offering to everyone who enters or leaves the prison. </u>
Answer: the correct answer your looking for is B) A habitat provides everything an animal needs to survive.
its B because if they didn't have everything they need to survive they could become sick like at a zoo the zookeepers have to understand what to put in the cage or not to for the animals fit habitat. have a good day and give out thz's