Individuality and Conformity Theme in The Scarlet Letter | LitCharts
Pearl reminds Hester of her guilt for loving Dimmesdale. Dimmesdale hints in this quote that he would rather suffer openly for his crime than. Quote 1. “God gave her into my keeping,” repeated Hester Prynne, raising And here, by sudden impulse, she turned to the young clergyman, Mr. Dimmesdale. Dimmesdale is perceived as a good person in the community and viewed by everyone Also, what are some quotes about Dimmesdale's A" and some passages/lines on how he So, the Governor decides that Pearl should be taken from Hester. a quality of awful sacredness in the relation between this mother and this.
Он понимал, что пуля лишь слегка оцарапала жертву, не причинив существенного ущерба, тем не менее она сделала. Контакт был установлен.
Жертва ощутила прикосновение смерти, и началась совершенно иная игра.