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In The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthrone masterfully weaves many themes and uses character
development to format the plot of this novel. The themes of The Scarlet Letter are carried out through the
four main characters -- Hester Prynne, Arthur Dimmesdale, Roger Chillingsworth, and Pearl -- and also
through symbolism. In this novel, Hawthrone hoped to show that although Hester and Dimmesdale sinned,
they achieved the wisdom of self knowledge and inner growth through their suffering.
Before the novel actually starts, there is a section of the book entitled "The Custom House".
While this is not an integral part of the novel, it provides insight into Nathaniel Hawthrone, the man. Here
it is learned that Hawthrone’s ancestors were strict Puritans (he was born in Salem). One of his ancestors
was considered a "hanging judge" and was actually a judge in the Salem Witch Trails. This is why
Hawthrone has an interest...
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