Pearl

Pearl

Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote in a time of great change in America. Americans started to shift there focus from a very strict religion known as Puritanism and started looking at the things of nature and how they related to religion and the unknown. Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote many things having to do with religion and the aspects of nature. In a famous novel he wrote called the Scarlet Letter is about a woman who has an affair and becomes pregnant and has a child with the man in which she has had an affair with. That childs name is Pearl. One of the most complex and elaborate characters in The Scarlet Letter is Pearl, the daughter of Hester Prynne and Arthur Dimmesdale. Pearl is involved in the complex nature of the story, as a result of her mothers adulteress ways she is shunned from society and even looked down upon by her mother. Pearl is the Human embodiment of what the Scarlet letter A stands for. Pearl plays one of the most crucial roles within the story, Hawthorne uses Pearl as an effective character in that she is a constant reminder to Hester her mother of the sin that had been committed

pearl, hester, scarlet, child, letter, way, one, mother, upon, shows, novel, nature, wrote, within, sin, religion, hawthorne, harsh, feel, dresses, wears, ways, treats, treating, towards, throughout, though, things, story, started, stands, society, shunned, should, saying

Leave a reply

Your email adress will not be published. Required fields are marked*