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Essay | Suffering through the Sentence

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Suffering through the Sentence

Summary: Essay describes how Arthur Dimmesdale suffered more than Hester Prynn in "The Scarlet Letter" by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Imagine you're a kid in a candy store, who just stole something. You blame it on your friend of course, but who got the worst part of that deal? Sure you get off the hook, but now you have to live with the guilt of blaming it on someone else, and your friend will probably never talk to you again. Believe it or not, this anecdote relates to one of the greats in American literature, The Scarlet Letter. I believe that the one who has to suffer through the guilt is in the worse position of the two. In the case of The Scarlet Letter, this person is Arthur.

To most people who think inside the box, Hester suffers the most from this tragic story of sinful lovers. I like to call those people conformists. This book does a good job in describing the obvious struggle...

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