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As the father of a child, born out of wedlock to Hester Prynne, Dimmesdale is portrayed as a character who, though consumed with guilt for his part in an action which brings ignominy to Hester, is unable to publicly announce his culpability as a partner in this scandal.
Thus, the Reverend begins to lead a double life — a life which brings him torment.
To the outside world, he is the model Reverend. He assumes the posture of one totally innocent regarding such misdeeds; in fact, he condemns them. When Hester is forced to stand upon a scaffold in public view as atonement for her sin, The Scarlet Letter A for Adulteress emblazoned upon the bosom of her garment, it is Dimmesdale who self-righteously implores her: When the clergy elect to take the child, Pearl, away from Hester, considering her unfit to raise the child, Dimmesdale does nothing to stand in the way of proceedings to this end until Hester beseeches him to speak on her behalf.
Only then does he come to her defense, saying: It was meant for a blessing. It was due to his persuasive argument that Hester was allowed to keep the child. However, as a direct result of his guilt, the Reverend becomes increasingly ill. Those best acquainted with him attributed his decline to a too earnest devotion to study and fulfillment of parochial duties.
Knowing his public venerated him caused him agony: Thus, although he longed to speak out and tell the people who he was: However, he realized that admission would be a great relief: The entire section is 1, words.Our Reading Guide for The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne includes Book Club Discussion Questions, Book Reviews, Plot Summary-Synopsis and Author Bio.
Mar 19, · Words: Length: 6 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: Hester Prynne and Christ Symbology Nathaniel Hawthorne's character of Hester Prynne in the novel The Scarlet Letter remains one of the most powerful literary figures of all time and much has been made about her critically throughout the decades.
The Scarlet Letter is “accidentally” a feminist novel because of the way Hester stands up against the Puritans’ harsh criticism, and because of the fact that Hawthorne’s ideas of women empowerment ahead of his time.
In the essay "Discord in Concord: In "The Scarlet Letter" (pp. )) Pennell explores feminist criticism of the The Scarlet Letter as it relates to the propriety of Hester's custody of Pearl, which is challenged in the scene at the governor's mansion.
Pennell reveals an enduring relationship between Hester and Pearl. The Scarlet Letter is "accidentally" a feminist novel because of the way Hester stands up against the Puritans' harsh criticism, and because of the fact that Hawthorne's ideas of . The best opinions, comments and analysis from The Telegraph.
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