She is known as the sister of Governor Bellingham and as the town witch. Others feel that a person's punishmentshould be based upon the severity of their crime. Despite all these unfavorable factors it is considered a classic and was a statement of the era Letter 1. The last character who brings forth their natural personality in the novel is Dimmesdale. Text-to-Itself: Nathaniel Hawthorne makes the novel seem as If Its not Fulton by starting It with a preamble called the Custom House. She is wearing this symbol to burden her with punishment throughout her life. This foreshadows the future events of the novel.
But, instead Pearl grows to be Hester motive to live and strive forward and solve problems with her public shame. In addition to emotional attachment, the scarlet letter represents isolation. Like a parasite, Chlorinating settled into the house, and he tried to find out the hidden truth by delving into his room at night. I have none to give thee! Hester is jailed and then forced to wear a scarlet 'A' on her clothing forever as a mark of her shame. The final pages of the novel give a completely different perspective. Hawthorne was a member of the Transcendentalist movement that believed that divinity manifests itself in everyday life, especially in nature. Symbols Symbols are objects, characters, figures, and colors used to represent abstract ideas or concepts.
Such is the case with the youthful Pearl from the novel The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorn. The puritan elders unlike bringing evil into peoples lives ostracize them from God. The writer then writes about those experiences, exploring how he or she. The scarlet letter represents Pearl's emotional attachment to Hester. Also, after Timescale dies, Chlorinating decides to do something generous to Pearl, Hester child.
Both novels contain the central theme of female oppression manifested throughout the whole novel. Every chapter in The Scarlet Letter has symbols displayed through characterization, setting, colors, and light. Examples of these symbols are the scarlet letter, the scaffold and the sunshine. Thus, using his characters as symbols, Hawthorne discloses the grim underside of Puritanism that lurks beneath the public piety. The child has been sent from God, or at least from nature, but the letter is merely a human contrivance. For revenge, Chillingworth uses his influence to multiply the feelings of guilt in the minister as a form of emotional torture. The narrator uses many symbols throughout the story which develop into deeper meaning as the novel develops.
He also contrasts the prison with the tombstone at the end of the novel by suggesting that crime and punishment bring about the end of civilized life. Noon is the time of Dimmesdale's confession, and daylight is the symbol of exposure. For example, the story of Adam and Eve. Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter uses multitudes of symbols in such a manner. In this case, she would be considered as a Demon offspring because she was born from an adulturous relationship. Additionally, Pearl views the letter and her mother as equals. This isn't because Hester is an evil person but I believe the author is trying to say she is incomplete without Dimmesdale and only together can they be in the light.
She is forced to wear the marking of the Scarlet Letter as a punishment of committing adultery. At night while Dimmesdale is standing on the scaffold he sees a bright red letter A in the sky. Throughout the story she absorbs the hidden emotions of her mother and magnifies them for all. She explains that the only reason she does not sign is because Pearl is still in her life. This idea is displayed throughout The Scarlet Letter to portray how Puritans lived under the constant repression of the Puritan society.
One of the main recurring symbols in the novel is the scarlet letter itself. By saying this, Hester is continuing the belief of the Puritans in the story, who see the forest as dark, or evil, as the place where the witches go at night to have meetings, and a home of the devil. During the first few years of Hester's punishment, the letter was a daily reminder of shame and embarrassment. Hester is forced to look upon her daughter; a living embodiment of the ultimate sin commited as a contant reminder of the past. This scene symbolizes a leech dying from loss of its host. Each character brings out a different side of the forest, however the forest also brings out a different side in each character.
Still at the end of this book it came out to be a positive meaning. It is clear that Pearl is as much a blessing to Hester as she is a wicked reminder of the past. She exists in the story as a living reminder of the sin that Hester committed and at the same time Pearl is also Hester's salvation. She has grown stronger from it; she is able to withstand the pressures of society. It then changes into a symbol of alone and alienation, then into amazon, adamant and avenger, and it becomes a symbol of able and angel, finally it changes into aspiration for the new life, as well as amour and admire between Arthur and Hester. Another example to signify the symbolism of the forest as a dark world inside the Puritan society is with the character of Mistress Hibbins.
The gold-embroidered A on Hester Prynne's fascinates Pearl Prynne. The Scarlet Letter teaches one to face the responsibilities and consequences of his or her decisions. It is only after she and Dimmesdale decide to leave together that she feels released from her sin and can take it off. All human beings are naturally endowed with good qualities and bad qualities. The secret in this novel most likely represents an idea, privacy, or even social censure.