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Dimmesdale half-dead, feels a rush of warmth and new life, maybe even hope. This maybe what he needs to be able to profess his sins in public, but unfortunately after this Pearl asks if he will stand in the scaffold with them the next day, and he says no, he would rather "At the great judgement day.". The Cowardice of Arthur Dimmesdale in The Scarlet Letter In Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, behavior is centered around a rigid Puritan society that leads to great consequences in the lives of Hester Prynne and Arthur Dimmesdale. At the start the former is a brave and courageous priest and the latter is a Dirty Coward apostate pentitent The Scarlet Letter features an Hourglass Plot between Hester and Dimmesdale on several levels Wheels was a Jerkass whose various misdeeds involved stealing money and lying to his grandma/guardian. Meanwhile, a matured Joey.
Dimmesdale was an extremely religious man with great morals and values. Many people in the community looked up to him for his passion and truth about his religious beliefs. People worshiped him, believed what he said, and looked at him as hero.
Dimmesdale knew how the community saw him and could not face the truth, so he hid it. Dimmesdale lived two different lives, one was the religious face that everyone loved and looked up too. On the other hand, when he was alone all he did was beat himself up mentally and physically.
Soon the guilt made Dimmesdale weaker and weaker and he wanted to tell the truth, and tried multiple times, but he never found the courage. Nobody in the town imagined him committing of sin of any kind, especially one that was a huge wrong doing in the Puritan community.
Dimmesdale hid a secret behind the mask he wore for the community. He had courage to commit the sin but he did not have the courage to admit it.
On the other hand, he was tortured not only by his conscience; he was beat down by Roger Chillingworth. Eventually Dimmesdale was destined to die because he could not survive the guilt.
Surprisingly in a last show of strength, Dimmesdale admits to his sin, but dies soon after. He died and left the community, his people with no explanation. In the novel The Scarlet Letter by Nathanial Hawthorne, Dimmesdale proves that he is a coward by not being able to do the right thing and tell the truth.
He lived a double life. He was a hero to so many people and all he did was let them down. He lost their trust and honor towards him, all because he could face the consequenses.More telling is Oroonoko's lying to himself as he abandons his wife to the wrath of the King and retreats like a coward back to his troops.
And finally, the old king's strategic political lie about Imoinda's supposed death somewhat assuages his grandson, who is cajoled back to the battlefield.
The Scarlet Letter has Roger Chillingworth, the inquisitive and respected physician, uses his knowledge of medicine and people to manipulate Reverend Dimmesdale on several occasions to satisfy his own personal paranoia and nosy desires.
Cooper Chisum Dimmesdale the Lying Coward In the book The Scarlet Letter, a character named Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale was considered to be, by most people in the Puritan community, a hero.
Dimmesdale was an extremely religious man with great morals and values. Full text of "The Ridpath library of universal literature; a biographical and bibliographical summary of the world's most eminent authors, including the choicest selections and masterpieces from their writings editor in chief, John Clark Ridpath with revisions and additions by .
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The scene is not true to the great laws of human life. he was tempted more than once to state that Hester and Dimmesdale escaped upon the. "You will suffer," Dimmesdale whispered, "you will pay for what you have done to me," whether he meant the wrongs committed against him as a husband or he was blaming Dimmesdale for the monster he had become, not even Chillingworth was sure.