The Protagonist Of The Scarlet Letter

The Protagonist Of The Scarlet Letter

Dimmesdale: The Bearer of the Scarlet letter

Who should bear the stigma of sin Hawthorne?s novel is a story of adultery, social judgment, and moral redemption. Hester cannot hide the consequences of her mistake, so she is exposed to public judgment and forced to wear the scarlet letter. However, it is Dimmesdale?s guilty conscience and struggle to rise above the sin that makes the essence of the narrative. The argument for Dimmesdale as a protagonist lies in the answers to the following questions. Does Dimmesdale?s character change throughout the story Does he have an antagonist and a helper Do his actions bring about the climax of the story Finally, does he solve the problem
Hawthorne uses character development

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