Luu 4English 12January 28th Changing the environment Hawthorne uses many symbols to strengthen the ideas of the novel, The forest helps represent the protection and safety that it gave for Hester and Pearl.
The scarlet letter represents Hester’s independence and confidence and her ability to not give in to what society tried to define her as. They collectively portray Hester’s independence who rises above the dangers ofThe greatest problem facing our society is water pollution. Water is the most necessary resource for life. Not only is it vital to stay alive, but today’s society depends on water for almost everything. Water is used for domestic needs, such as plumbing, bathing, dishwashing and laundry. It is also becoming a luxury, since water provides the fun that people have on weekends through their alcoholic beverages. In addition, swimming is one of the most popular sports in the United States, since the United States is represented by the Olympic gold medalist, Michael Phelps.
The list goes on to explain why this world needs water, but every day all these people unconsciously pollute the water, on which they depend a lot. The amount of pollution in the ocean today is really disgusting when you realize that the ocean is the main water supply for everyday life. In this paper, I will discuss many of the ways the ocean is polluted, how this pollution affects our society and living resources, and finally some potential solutions to help prevent over-pollution. is one of the most notable characters who is excommunicated from the village of Boston but still lives on the fringes of society despite being looked down upon and disrespected. moves from the village out to the forest where she raises her daughter alone and without a father The forest defines l and shapes her into developing her own sense of self confidence and independence to raise Pearl free from the judgement and resentment of the village. In a sense, the forest acts as a barrier that separates Hester from the rest of the community but it also embraces for who she is and does not judge her and take in her social status. The forest transforms her confidence because the forest allows to live a genuine life where she does not have to feel the need to fit into what society categorizes her and Pearl.
The nature of the forest is highlighted by thoughts in thinking.The itself is an significant symbol that shows how one’s interpretation is worth more than what others believe. The townspeople see the as a negative symbol and view as a sinner, but in contrast, embraces and instead of letting the scarlet letter define her as a sinner, she decides what the symbol represents of her. wears the letter with pride, showing it off with and fancy gold which showcases her talent with tailoring. With that skill, is able to make a living as a single mother to. She is also able to use the “A” on her chest to become more independent and confident because it shows that can make the letter as fancy and unique to her as she wants with her own consent. Furthermore, it displays how she is in control of what the letter represents instead of giving in to the beliefs imposed by society.
In addition, the letter on chests becomes a representation of how able is because she devotes her time to help others despite her circumstances and never stops working hard to help raise her child. People begin to see through the letter and her mistake and refuse to see it for what it really represents, but instead view as able and also view the letter as a part of what made who she is. uses many symbols to strengthen the ideas of the novel, uses many symbols to strengthen the ideas of the novel, The forest helps represent the protection and safety that it gave for and. The represents independence and confidence and her ability to not give in to what society tried to define her as. They collectively portray independence who rises above the dangers of life.
The paper is a very accurate portrayl of how life is nowadays. The same problems that we see in the setting is also present and can be noted in many examples. Regardless like many other pieces of writing the book does a great job describing the complex hierarchy of conformity even under certain circumstances. I felt like I could relate to the subject and what the main purpose was trying to reveal. If I had to be in the same place as her then i would be