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Essay | The Scarlet Letter

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The Scarlet Letter

Summary: In the novel, The Scarlet Letter, written by Nathaniel Hawthorne, hr acknowledged the three scaffold scenes that deciphered the importance of the central conflict of the book, which was Arthur Dimmesdales' denial of the sin that he took in hand....
In the novel, The Scarlet Letter, written by Nathaniel Hawthorne, acknowledged the three scaffold scenes that deciphered the importance of the central conflict of the book, which was Arthur Dimmesdales' denial of the sin that he took in hand. The first scaffold scene was during Hester Prynne's three-hour mortification. She stands on the scaffold alone with her infant in hand, while being beleaguered by a congregation of dignified reverend occupants. Reverend Wilson appoints Arthur Dimmesdale to, "'Exhort her to confess the truth.'" Dimmesdale who then indicts Hester to, "speak out the name of thy fellow-sinner and fellow-sufferer!" The author made it obvious that Dimmesdale was veiling a dismal enigma. In this scaffold scene it gives you an idea about the original strength of his nature, but during the course of the book, his true stamina bared.

It occurred during the middle of the night, seven years...

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