The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Out of the many themes in this novel, the most important ones are individualism versus society, open and hidden guilt, vengeance, and good from evil. These themes revolved around the four main characters and were represented by them.
Individualism versus society. Hawthorne challenged that Puritans belief that the society is more important than the individual. Hester represented the rebel, an individual in a society where there was a law for everything. First, she followed her passion and committed adultery although both she and Dimmesdale were aware of the consequences. She re…
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