Ms. Theresa Bogema
The book we will be talking about is called “The Scarlet Letter”. The author of this book goes by the name of Nathaniel Hawthorne. This book was really good which I thought would be something I would ever even say. Anyways, Roger Chillingworth was very dark, mean and cruel, having the truth kept from him. This is what I want to prove in my case to be what is shown in the story. In your case will be using quotes and lines from the story to underline and make clear that Roger Chillingworth is the true villain.
This one could have had many different people to be the villain but obviously there could only be one. When reading the book, the author is trying to be as abstract as possible to make it even hard to pin point the real villain. Although there really isn’t an honest answer here because of so many possibilities, I’ll just have to make my answer seem the best. With Hester husband, though others don’t realize this, comes back into town only to find out that his wife has committed adultery. She is now pregnant and has a baby girl, Pearl. When he finds out this sin, he demands to know the identity of the sinner but is left in the dark with that too. Thus said, leads to his obsession in finding the husband of the child and bringing him to justice. The two together Hester Prynne and Mr. Dimmesdale could have been said to be the villain. On Hester’s part it would have been that she was sent before her husband to another town to make a home but falls for the minister, Mr. Dimmesdale which in turn gets pregnant. Then for Mr. Dimmesdale it would have been said that he impregnated and seduced a married women which is enough to condemn him villain. Under all this I am still surely convinced that neither is worth calling villain but roger Chillingworth!
During the wait for Hester’s husband’s identity we are kept pretty much in the dark about his nature and character. Why this is like it is still a...