Color imagry in the Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne
Hawthorne uses color to portray his characters to his readers. He uses this method numerous times in The Scarlet Letter. For example if he wanted a character to be viewed as a good person he would show them in the light. This technique helps the reader view the character in his or her mind. Hawthorne uses colors to contrast each other so the readers can differentiate a good character from a bad one.
Hawthorne uses the colors black and white in governor's house when Hester is pleading for pearl to be left with her. He depicts Pearl, Hester and Dimsdale in the light, while he shows Chill…
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