The Scarlet Letter Essay | Scarlett Letter Compared to Huck Finn

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Scarlett Letter Compared to Huck Finn

Summary: Demonstrates how characters from the book The Scarlett Letter, by Nathanial Hawthorne, relate to the plot and characters included in the book Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain. Details how the characterization of certain characters in these books allows us to recognize that evil often triumphs but never conquers.
It has been said, "In literature, evil often triumphs but never conquers." What this statement is saying is that in literature the evil or antagonistic force throughout the story will often affect the protagonist negatively from time to time but will never fully defeat the good side in the story. In literature good will always prevail. This statement is proven true throughout the books The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain. The characterization of certain characters in these books allows us to recognize that evil often triumphs but never conquers.

In the book The Scarlet Letter, one of the main characters, Roger Chillingworth, is characterized as an evil and "black" man. Throughout the book he is referred to as the devil and with good reason. Roger Chillingworth has very evil intentions throughout the book to seek...

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