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The Great Gatasby

All humans commit sin, all humans are flawed; once this is accepted by society, it would shows true signs of a progressive world. The concept of accepting the fact that all humans are guilty of sin and are flawed would seem simple, but through the years not much has changed. There is still hatred and judgment being passed every day in society. Nathaniel Hawthorne, known for his short stories written to reveal a not-so-hidden moral theme, often commenting about his views on religion and reformed religious thinking, this all came at a time of great religious reform in America. Hawthorne published two stories that seemed to follow the same pattern: "The Birthmark", followed by "Rappaccini's Daughter." Though the stories had many aspects of originality they both share a common central theme, that all humans sin.
In the story "The Birthmark", Hawthorne makes the point that all the characters demonstrate some element of sin. The main character Aylmer, a science type, passes clear judgment upon his wife; by making the following comment, “Ah, upon another face, perhaps it might,” replied her husband. “But never on yours! No, dearest Georgiana, you came so nearly perfect from the hand of Nature, that this slightest possible defect- which we hesitate whether to term a defect or a beauty- shocks me, as being the visible mark of earthly imperfection.” This is Aylmer telling his wife that the birthmark, she once thought was a beauty mark, is a defect. By passing judgment on his wife, Aylmer has sinned for only God as a Supreme Being is entitled to pass judgment upon another.
Georgiana is also a sinner. Later in the story Georgiana is guilty of becoming very vain to the point where she tells her husband that she would like to try to manipulate face and remove her birthmark, even at the cost of great risk to her health and well-being, by trying to remove the birthmark Georgiana is

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