The Folly of Punishment in Nathaniel Hawthrone´s The Scarlet Letter, Arthur Miller´s The Crucible, and Aladdin

1978 WordsFeb 2, 20188 Pages
“Like So many things its is not what's outside, but what is inside that counts,” This quote comes the movie Aladdin and it is represented in many things, simple, and complex. The quote comes from the merchant and the quote describes the theme as when an individual gains enough “greed”, they disguise themselves in order to gain their desire, and can be used to describe evil and good, just like lucifer, he was in disguise of an angel but his true motives came up and down he fell, or the soldiers fighting for us, on the outside they look like the average joe but they have seen things you can't even handle and they do it for our country. This is true for all three works in the essay, in two of the the works the greed is used for evil and in one the greed is used for good. In the first work of art, Scarlet letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, we see an antagonist named Roger Chillingworth try to seek revenge on the protagonists lover. Roger seeks revenge on the protagonist, Hester Prynee, because the protagonist is his wife and she committed adultery. In the novel Scarlet letter it begins with a lecher on top of a scaffold with a baby in her arms, it is revealed that she is an adulterer. She committed adultery while her husband was away on a trip, and while she is on the scaffold she notices him in the crowd. There are ministers who try to get the name of the father but Hester refuses to reveal his name. She goes on a journey of trying to keep the father hidden and wear the burden

    More about The Folly of Punishment in Nathaniel Hawthrone´s The Scarlet Letter, Arthur Miller´s The Crucible, and Aladdin

      Open Document