Hester Prynne Essay Topics

Guilt and Innocence in ”The Scarlet Letter”

Knowledge and sin connect in the Judeo-Christian tradition in the story of Adam and Eve. Sin becomes the outcome in the story of Adam and Eve when they get thrown out of the Garden of Eden. After their banishment from the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve must work and bear children. Hester Prynne and… View Article

Dimmesdale: The Scarlet Letter

Richard Perle, a political advisor of the 1940s, once said, “Sometimes the things we… do seem objectionable in the eyes of others” (“Brainy Quote” 7). This is true of people and situations we encounter in our everyday lives, and all of us are most likely deemed objectionable more frequently than we realize. Our behaviors can… View Article

Dialectical journal

 “But she named the infant ‘Pearl,’ as being of great price- purchased with all she had- her mother’s only pleasure.” Ah, but let her cover the mark as she will, the pang of it will be always in her heart. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter, Chapter II “The Market-Place” “the scarlet letter had the effect… View Article

Dramatization of Isolation in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s `the Scarlet Letter’

Nathaniel Hawthorne in The Scarlet Letter emphasizes the theme of isolation throughout the whole novel. Using a variety of literary techniques and descriptions of emotions and nature, Hawthorne is able to fully depict the inner feelings of hurt suffered by the central characters as a result of severe loneliness and seclusion. The torturous of isolation,… View Article

The Scarlet Letter Hester Prynne

Hester Prynne and the Aftermath of her Eternal Symbol How would you feel if you were rejected by a whole city, and nobody wanted you? Well although it might be counterintuitive in his novel The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne is stating that sins can help us change for the better only if they are unveiled… View Article