Informal Paper 3 - Informal Paper 3 By Nathan Sullivan With...

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Informal Paper 3 By Nathan Sullivan With in Hawthorne’s story of Rappaccini’s Daughter the reader will find themselves entranced in a detailed story of love, fear, and hope. This tale contains a form of horror that is hard for almost any person that would read this to relate to. A father that would be willing to give up his own childes life in order for him to make a gain. With in the pages of this tranquil nightmare, the reader meets a young man that has come to a new and unfamiliar place to learn. This man is known as Giovanni and he is home sick at the very first pages. As he moves into his new home a woman try’s to comfort him saying that he looks out his window he would see a view that could in a way take him back home. As Giovanni looks out the window he sees a beautiful garden with a strange man tending to all the plants. The man wears thick gloves and a mask to cover nose and mouth. The man handles the plants like they were made of razors however, when he cannot reach something on one plant he call’s for a women named Beatrice. When Giovanni lays eyes on to Beatrice he is stunned both by her beauty and by the fact
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