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Free summary and analysis of the quotes in Chapter 13 of The Scarlet Letter that won't Providence, the person of this little girl, had assigned to Hester's charge the a spectator sport than World's Strongest Man: more sewing clothes for the poor Site Map · Help · About Us · Jobs · Partners · Affiliates · Colleges · Terms of.
Scarlet Letter – Hester’s Change?
Yet, had little Pearl never come to her from the spiritual world, it might have been far otherwise. Question: does our narrator believe in fate? Here, it sound like he does. But are we supposed to take this literally, or is it more true that Pearl is the way she is because of her crazy upbringing? The letter was a symbol of her calling.
Except for that small expenditure in the decoration of her infant, Hester . As I said, the poor she tried to help often rejected the hand she extended to help them .
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In the course of most stories, at least one of the main characters changes in one way or another. In The Scarlet Letter , one of the main characters we see a change in is Hester.
Following her conversation with Dimmesdale on the scaffold, Hester is shocked by the changes in him. While he seems to have retained his intelligence, his nerve is gone. He is morally weak, and she can only conclude that "a terrible machinery had been brought to bear, and was still operating on Mr. Dimmesdale's well-being and repose. Four years have gone by, and Hester's position in the community has changed: She has been given credit for bearing her shame with courage, and her life has been one of purity since Pearl's birth.