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A Product of Nature: by The Scarlet Letter
Pearl is the product of nature. Not only was his personality changed, but when he came out of the forest, his principles differed significantly. Unless it grows as "the black flower of society." Third, the weeds and herbs that Chillingworth plucked up from the ground that is made to cure Dimmesdale represents the torture of the Reverend. Apple-peru a plant that is part of the nightshade family; poisonous. Dominating this chapter are the decay and ugliness of the physical setting, which symbolize the Puritan society and culture and foreshadow the gloom of the novel. The aforesaid"tion conveys the necessity of maintenance for Bellingham. 178) The forest and the sunlight, unlike Hester, liked Pearl and followed her everywhere she went. All at once, as with a smile from heaven, forth burst the sunshine." (pp. She "resembled the brook, inasmuch as the current of her life gushed from a well-spring, and had flowed through scenes shadowed as heavily with gloom." (p. After this, she threw the scarlet letter towards the brook.
In this instance, he names the chapter "The Prison Door." The reader needs to pay particular attention to the significance of the prison generally and the prison door specifically. Isaac Johnson a settler (1601-1630) who left land to Boston; he died shortly after the Puritans arrived. Like the title of the chapter, Dimmesdale demonstrated throughout Chapter 20: The Minister in the Maze that he is in the maze of his capricious identity and beliefs. Hawthorne makes special note that this colony earlier set aside land for both a cemetery and a prison, a sign that all societies, regardless of their good intentions, eventually succumb to the realities of man's nature (sinful/punishment/prison) and destiny (mortal/death/cemetery). The depiction of the garden outside Bellingham's house suggests some of the many flaws of the governor's character through context. It is June, and a throng of drably dressed Puritans stands before a weather-beaten wooden prison. Particularly about the inopportune situation of Hester with the Scarlet Letter, the aforementioned"tion describes her circumstances with the undeserving ignominy she faces from the rest of the Puritan Society. Yet, there is also -A wild rose-bushcovered, in this month of June, with its delicate gems, which might be imagined to offer their fragrance and fragile beauty to the prisoner -The black plants which Chillingworth gathers symbolize the darkness of his soul. 49-50) At that time, Hester was herself in the purest form. That is why Chillingworth uses herbs and weeds in his medicine, so that Dimmesdale's guilt can break him and make him come clean. It is to be understood that the sin the two committed happened in the forest. Contrary to them, Hester is beautiful and has hair "so glossy that it threw off the sunshine with a gleam moreover, she is a woman full of dignity and pride.