The Scarlet Letter Essay | Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter: the Effects of an Act of Lust

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Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter: the Effects of an Act of Lust

Summary: Discusses the consequences of an act of lust, influence and constitute of one's future by shaping one's ideals, beliefs, and character in Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter."
Often times, an attempt to commence a societal revolution will not go unnoticed, however, it will leave lasting effects that will change one's life forever. Moreover, the consequences of an act of lust, influence and constitute one's future by shaping one's ideals, beliefs, and character. In Nathaniel Hawthorne's romance novel, The Scarlet Letter, Hester Prynne, the protagonist, is greatly affected by her act of adultery. The adulteress and her lover live during the Puritan age of seventeenth century Boston, which was inevitably controlled by austere principles and values. Surrounding the occurrences of this one moment of sexual bliss, the lives of three individuals are changed forever. In addition, there is a circle of sin between Arthur Dimmesdale, Roger Chillingworth, and Hester Prynne. In this circle, Prynne commits adultery with Dimmesdale who in return inspires Chillingworth, Prynne's husband, to...

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