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Scarlet Letter

After arriving in Boston, Chillingworth slips into society as the role of a doctor.After all, the townsfolk had little access to any kind of good medical care, so of course they welcomed him with open arms.Besides his training in European Science, he also has a pretty well equipped knowledge of "native" remedies.This is because he was captured by Native Americans and then lived with them for a while.
From the numerous accounts of Dimmesdale grabbing for his chest, as if the pain was so intolerable, so atrocious, that it was obvious his heart condition kept getting worse.It seems to have started with that one sinful secret that he so willingly refuses to confess.Most of this refusal comes from the fact that the townspeople are so dependent on him.He knows this, and he realizes, like Hester, that he stands for something, that he is a symbol of something much larger than himself.This symbol, instead of adultery and sin (Hester), stands for holiness and goodness.Coincidently, this leech (Chillingworth) appears almost out of nowhere just in time to come to the rescue.After discovering that Dimmesdale repudiated marriage from the entire group of young woman that devoted their life to him, Chillingworth offers that he stays with him so that he could treat him, and at the same time come up with a cure.
Living in a widow's home next to the cemetery have given both of them (Chillingworth and Dimmesdale) a chance to contemplate about sin and death.Chillingworth's room contained state-of-the-art laboratory equipment, and how ironic it was that the very room Dimmesdale slept in, there was tapestries depicting biblical scenes of adultery and the consequences of those scenes.
Atfirst, the townspeople loved Chillingworth, they believed that he was a divine miracle sent from the heavens to help their beloved reverend.Although, times do change, and people were star

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