Judge Me Not, Love Me, Seek No Revenge

Judge Me Not, Love Me, Seek No Revenge

Judge Me Not, Love Me, Seek No Revenge
Nathaniel Hawthornes The Scarlet Letter, a dark tale of sin and redemption, centers on the small Puritan community of Boston during the seventeenth century. A young woman (Hester Prynne) comes to this town to find a place to live for her and her husband, but falls victim to the desires of the human nature. Hester falls in love with Reverend Dimmesdale, and conceives Pearl. The town people unjustly judge her for her ?crime?; ?he with out sin cast the first stone?. She is forced to were a scarlet ?A? on her breast for the duration of her natural life. Hester?s husband Roger Chillingworth arrives to find his wife unfaithful and commits the rest of his life to find out who the father is, and to reap vengeances on him. Love, revenge, and unjust judgment are three themes Hawthorne emits form his novel.
Hester is different form any woman Dimmesdale has met, and this is what attracts him. Hester married an older man (Roger) and longs for love and affection. They meet and fall deeply in love, but are restrained because of Hester?s marriage.

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