The Scarlet Letter 2

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The Scarlet Letter 2

Figures of Speech

Be true to yourself is the theme expressed in The Scarlet Letter. Hester Prynne accepted this theory throughout the entire story. She never lied to herself, or the community. Arthur did not accept this theory because he was too afraid to admit to his sins; he lied to himself and the community until the end of the story. Roger also did not accept this theory. He was blinded by his anger a vengefulness to realize that he had abandoned his wife when she needed him.

Explanation of Theme

Critics

The Scarlet Letter is Hawthorne’s most impressive literary piece. It makes the reader think in many different ways. It is considered a classic among the literature world.

The Scarlet LetterNathaniel Hawthorne

Importance

This book is considered a classic in the literature world. It stresses the constant pull of an individual towards sin. The way it is written makes the reader think in many different and challenging ways.

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Quotations

"'No, my little Pearl!' said her mother. 'Thou must gather thine own sunshine. I have none to give thee!'"(Hawthorne 95)."The physician knew then, that, in the minister's regard, he was no longer a trusted friend, but his bitterest enemy"(Hawthorne 204)."'Thou hast escaped me!' he repeated more than once.... 'May God forgive thee!' said the minister. 'Thou, too, hast deeply sinned!'"(Hawthorne 232-233). "On a Field, Sable, the Letter A, Gules"(Hawthorne 240).

Irony - When Hester and Pearl go to the minister's house they find it filled with items unnecessary to a Puritan man. He has suits of armor and lush gardens.Irony - The minister is the one to commit the crime with Hester Prynne.Symbolism - The scarlet letter resembles 'adultery' in the beginning of the story. The letter obtains different meanings later on in the book. The letter transforms into 'able,' and even 'angel.'Symbolism - The rose bush outside of the prison represents Hester Prynne because of its perseverance in un-ideal conditions.Symbolism - The scarlet A on the tombstone of Arthur and Hester finally unites them.


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