The Scarlet Letter Essay | Student Essay

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Symbolism in the Scarlet Letter, the Ministers Black Veil and Young Goodman Brown

Summary: This essay is the comparison between these stories in regard to symbolism.
Throughout the stories: The Scarlet Letter, The Minister's Black Veil, and Young Goodman Brown, there are many signs of symbolism that are at times obvious, and others, more hard to find. In both the Scarlet Letter and The Minister's Black Veil, the titles themselves are symbolism that directly relate to the story.

In The Scarlet Letter, the most important object used as symbolism is the actual scarlet letter that Hester is forced to wear on her chest. According to the law of man that forces her to wear it, the letter is to stand for adultery, which is the reason she wears it. Throughout the course of the story it comes to stand as a symbol of being "able," as in able to relate to everyone else's sins. Seeing as how Hester has clearly broken the laws...

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