Three examples of Symbolism in "The Scarlet Letter"
Symbolism is the use of concrete symbols to display a deeper more detailed meaning. In "The Scarlet Letter", Nathaniel Hawthorne employs many symbols that demonstrate a deeper sense. The most obvious symbol is the scarlet "A" that Hester is required to wear as punishment for the adultery she was accused of. The use of sunshine to display goodness and purity illustrates a strong symbol throughout the novel. Pearl, the daughter of Hester and Dimmesdale, is the strongest and most mystifying symbol in the novel. In "The Scarlet Letter" Hawthorne uses these symbols to give the reader an obse…
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