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Essay | The Unrepentant Sinner

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The Unrepentant Sinner

Summary: Discusses guilt and repentance in "The Scarlet Letter" by Nathaniel Hawthorne and shows that Roger Chillingworth is the greatest sinner.
Every single human being on this earth is sinful. There is no question about that. Whether you are Muslim or Baptist, Catholic or Lutheran, or even if you claim to be an atheist, you would have to agree that we as humans have our faults and fall short of being perfect. When someone sins, depending on how sharp his conscious is, he will feel the prick. For some it takes only a simple white lie and their conscious starts nipping at the back of their mind. For others, it might take an outright murder before they begin to feel the prick. In most cases, eventually the guilt is felt. It builds up and they feel the urge to ask for forgiveness, whether it is from what their religion portrays as God or the person they committed the transgression against. In some cases, the sin isn't admitted to...

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