The Scarlet Letter Essay | The Scarlet Letter

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of The Scarlet Letter.
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The Scarlet Letter

Summary: Analyzes the Nathanial Hawthorne classic novel, The Scarlet Letter. Explores how Hawthorne uses stylistic devices in the novel.Demonstrates how the validity of how stylistic devices make chapter three of the novel interesting as proven through wordplay, foreshadowing, and symbolism.
Technical terms are imperative in the development of a novel. In chapter three of the novel The Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne introduces stylistic devices to enhance the novel as well as the characters. This essay will show the validity of how stylistic devices make chapter three of the novel interesting as proven through wordplay, foreshadowing, and symbolism.

Wordplay in multiple ways, adds interest to chapter three of the novel. One example of wordplay would be the author's choice of words to name the chapter. The title of the chapter is "The Recognition." The author titles this "The Recognition", and in the chapter, Hester recognizes the stranger that arrived with the Indians to be her husband. This is an example of wordplay because in the chapter, the choice of words selected by the author turns out to reveal actions that coincide with the title. Wordplay also takes toll in...

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