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The Minister's Black Veil
In the small town of Milford, the people walk to church. Milford’s young minister, Reverend Hooper, is wearing a black veil that covers his entire face except for his mouth and chin. This sight disturbs the townspeople
In the afternoon, there is a funeral service. As he bends over the body, which belonged to a young woman, his veil hangs down, so that the woman could see his face if she were alive — Hooper quickly covers his face again.
As he leaves the church, two towns people comment that it seems as if he is walking with the woman’s ghost. He catches a glimpse of himself in a mirror, and is so terrified by his own appearance that he spills the ceremonial wine on the carpet and rushes out of the church.
Elizabeth tries to talk him off the veil, yet he refuses. When he denies she gets mad and leaves him alone.
Please! Take it off!
I wish y'all could understand the veil's true purpose
Before dying he explains that the veil represent sins, and by judging his veil, now he sees them all with a veil of sins.
People now understood Mr. Hooper and buried him with his veil.
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