Dimmesdale With A D

Dimmesdale With A D
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  • Dimmesdale is doomed. He is in constant physical, emotional, and mental pain. Agony embedded inside him until death can end his torture. “It had now become a constant habit, rather than a casual gesture, to press his hand over his heart” (98). 
  • Arthur is divine. He is an attraction to many people and described as angelic in this novel. Some individuals go as far to say “ that if Mr. Dimmesdale were really going to die, it was cause enough, that the world was not worthy to be any longer trodden by his feet” (97).
  • Dimmesdale is desperate. Clearly he seeks reassurance from Chillingworth not only for medical conditions but also to comfort his sin by agreeing that a man may hide his shame “by the very constitution of their nature. Guilty as they may be, retaining, nevertheless, a zeal for God’s glory and man’s welfare, they shrink from displaying themselves black and filthy in the view of men; because, thenceforward, no good can be achieved by them; no evil of the past be redeemed by better service.” (105)
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