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Roger Chillingworth a great man indeed Today there are not many people that have a good strong set of morals and yet there are some people that have to strong a set Those with not enough morals commit crimes and do not have good reason or do not care about the consequences While those with too strong of morals do not stick up for them selves or exact punishment on those that deserve it There is a guy that I am reading about though who has a good balance of morals and sticks to them His name is Roger Chillingworth and he may seem to be a little evil at times or over obsessive about revenge but he has the intentions of a good and wise sole Roger was clad in a strange disarray of civilized and savage costume which may make him appear devilish but it is only because he was taken hostage by Indians In actuality Roger Chillingworth is a great scholar so great in fact that he is described as someone who had so cultivated his mental part that it could not fail to mould the physical to itself Roger had a furrowed visage and his eyes were dim and blurred from reading to many books under lamplight Roger Chillingworth was an older man and was mildly deformed It was sufficiently evident to Hester Prynne that one of this mans shoulder rose higher than the other This deformity may also make him seem hideous or monster like but it is just a sign of his age Roger Chillingworth although Native Americans captured him was a refined gentleman and spoke as one then touching the shoulder of a townsman who stood next to him he addressed him in a formal and courteous manner It is Rogers nature to be calm and cool and he has the great ability to control his emotions His face darkened with some powerful emotion nevertheless he so
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