The Secrets Come Out

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Chapters 7-13 were a lot more interesting than the previous ones. I already knew Dimmesdale was also a adulterer. It was good to finally see someone else feel remorse and pain over their sins, as opposed to just Hester just being tormented. Dimmesdale seems to be going through both a spiritual and moral battle. I think his sermons have become a lot more powerful, because he as actually lived the sin. Also, I think everyone is so blind as to what things really are. They just go along with convenient answers like Mistress Hibbins can't be a witch because simply... she is the governor's sister. Everything is so plain and simple to the puritans.

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