Eyes of Society--An essay about how Hester, Dimsdale and Pearl are totally different people in the town and the forest.
<Tab/>Following the narrow dirt path leading away from the town, a person witnesses the gradual changes where all signs of civilization seem to vanish. In some novels, there are two contrasting settings that have great significance to the story, and this is one of them. Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote the book, The Scarlet Letter, which is about a young adulteress named Hester, her daughter Pearl, and Dimsdale, the town's pastor. In the deep, dark parts of the forest, it can be seen how the three characters, Hester, Dimsdale, and Pearl bring forth hidden thoughts and feelings.
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- Eyes of Society--An essay about how Hester, Dimsdale and Pearl are totally different people in the town and the forest.
- multiple personalities in "The Scarlet Letter" written by Nathaniel Hawthorn
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