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1 I read the book The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne which was published by Holt Rinehart and Winston and has 312 pages 2 The character that I liked the least was Dimmesdale He should have been there for Hester and Pearl from the very first day If he had been there for them he would have gotten strength from that He should have been there for Pearl more than Hester because she needed a father figure That put even more strain on Hester she had to be a father and a mother Dimmesdale affected many people when he confessed He affected his congregation by being a poor role model He affected Chillingworth the most Chillingworth gives up his independence He used to be a scholar who dedicated his best years to feed the hungry dream of knowledge but his new mission becomes finding and slowly punishing the man who seduced his wife 3 One event that changed the outcome of the story was when Dimmesdale tells his congregation how he deceived them When he did this the outcome of the story changed dramatically If he had not confessed then he would have died much sooner and left the reader and the people of the town wondering who had participated with Hester in her horrible sin It would also alter the way that Chillingworth spent the latter part of his life Chillingworth used to be a scholar who gave up the best years of his life to seek revenge on the man who was the supposed father of Hesters child This unhappy person had effected such a transformation by devoting himself for seven years to the constant analysis of a heart full of torture and deriving his enjoyment thence and adding fuel to those fiery tortures which he analyzed and gloated over He spent the latter part of his life
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