The Scarlet Letter Essay | Student Essay

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The Scarlet Letter: Intense Imagery and Metaphors

Summary: Examines the Nathaniel Hawthorne novel, The Scarlet Letter. Analyzes the intense imagery and metaphors to describe all of the characters throughout the novel. Reveals how their true identities are deeper and even more meaningful than portrayed.
Nathaniel Hawthorne writes The Scarlet Letter with intense imagery and metaphors to describe all of the characters throughout the novel. Hawthorne, a very unique writer, does an amazing job of portraying his characters unlike any other author. Each character displays contrasting traits, for example, Hester Prynne is strong and capable of standing her own ground, even while bearing the scarlet "A" on her bosom. Reverend Dimmesdale, unlike Hester, is reserved and takes his sin very seriously. Dimmesdale also deceives the puritan town into thinking that he has committed no sin, and does not confess his crimes to the town until the very end of the novel, where he takes his last breath on one of the intense scaffold scenes. Dimmesdale and Hester both share the same sin, but they also handle the situation differently. Through his characters, Hawthorne reveals his views on the...

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