Roger Chillingworth: The Greatest Sinner in "The Scarlet Lette"r, Nathanial Hawthorne
In the romantic novel, The Scarlet Letter, Nathanial Hawthorne incorporates extensive details, symbols, and allegorical images to explore how sin affects a person and how they evolve psychologically and physically over time due to it. One of the characters that Hawthorne illustrates and depicts thoroughly is Roger Chillingworth, who is transformed from a person who was "kind, true, just" into a dark fiend who is resolute on causing Arthur Dimmesdale "to die daily a living death." Even though Chillingworth did not play a role in the s…
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