Describes the use of imagry in the first 8 chapters of "The Scarlet Letter" by Hawthorne.
Throughout these first eight chapters of "The Scarlet Letter," Hawthorne fills his pages with an abundance of imagery. He uses this effective imagery to show rather then tell the story of Hester. This repetitive imagery helps the author to describe symbols and ideas without blatantly telling them to the reader.
The color red and the letter 'A' are the most prominent images throughout this section of the book. Hawthorne goes as far as describing Pearl while wearing her crimson velvet tunic as "...the scarlet letter in another form; the scarlet letter endowed with life!" (93). Even other…
- Describes the use of imagry in the first 8 chapters of "The Scarlet Letter" by Hawthorne.
- Elements of Gothic Literature - describes the most important element of gothic literature with examples from various canonical texts.
- View on short story-"The Story of an Hour" This story was written by kate Chopin. This essay describes the irony presented in the story.
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