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4. What change has occurred in Arthur Dimmesdale? He heard and finally see Hester and helps herout by saying that the child should be kept by her, soon after the rest of the man agree with him. 5.How does Dimmesdale’s eloquent argument save Hester’s soul? He helps her keep her daughter. 1. How has Chillingworth’s “new purpose” changed him? He is now a physician that took care of Hester and pearl so he can relate and focus more on people, looking at their characteristics. 2. What is the nature of Chillingworth’s spirituality? Basically, doing his remedies that he haslearned in the past. But he sees it as something connected to medicine in some sort.
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3. in what capacity does Chillingworth “attach” himself to Dimmesdale? Since the minister isunhealthy, Chillingworth will be the one to take care of him. 4. Why is Dimmesdale fascinated with the company of Chillingworth? Because it’s the way for himto help Chillingworth out. 5.What investigation has Chillingworth undertaken? He started to do leeching. “…He had begun aninvestigation, as he imagined, with the severe and equal integrity of a judge, desirous only oftruth.” 1. What change has occurred in Chillingworth’s purpose and his methods? He is now determined tofind out what is wrong with the reverend. 2. What special intuitive power does Chillingworth have? 3. How does Dimmesdale explain the motives of an unrepentant sinner? That the sinner are kept bythe very constitution of their nature. Or it can be like guilt that haunts them constantly and theyfeel that it something that they will never be forgiven of.

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