Relationship Between Hester And Jalous In The Scarlet Letter
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Nick Jonas- Jealous
ChillingsWorth, The antagonist in the novel “ The Scarlet Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne is jealous of the love that Hester and Dimmesdale share. He is cruel to Dimmesdale because he wishes that Hester desired him as she does Dimmesdale. This song correlates with this trait of Chillingsworth because Jealous by Nick Jonas dwells upon the sense of a man being jealous over a beautiful woman who is loved by another man. Therefore, both concepts in the song and novel complement each other perfectly.
I Write Sins Not Tragedies- Panic at the Disco
The relationship between Hester and Chillingworth in “ The Scarlet Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne is full of betrayal and adultery. The Song “I write sins not tragedies” by Panic at the Disco incorporates all aspects of a faulty marriage which is exactly what happened between Hester and Chillingworth. Chillingworth married Hester however she was sent to Massachusetts before Chillingworth got there and in that time span she had an affair with Dimmesdale. In the song “ I write sins not tragedies” lyrics such as: “ The groom’s bride’s is a whore” and “Haven't you people ever heard of closing a goddamn door?”. These lyrics can be used to refer to what Hester did and the repercussions of her actions. Hester committed adultery and the court locked her in jail. Therefore both the actions in the novel and the lyrics in the song correspond with one another accurately.