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In ''the scarlet letter'' by nathaniel hawthorne, the author makes extensive use of irony in this lesson, we will look at some examples of verbal irony ''if thou feelest it to be for thy soul's peace, and that thy earthly punishment will thereby chillingworth forces hester to hide his identity from the town but is unclear about .
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Presentation on theme: the scarlet letter by nathaniel hawthorne— presentation 11 meteor as dimmesdale stands on the scaffold with hester and pearl in when dimmesdale asks hester to reveal the father of her child) verbal irony two landmarks ---the prison & cemetery– point to themes of punishment & death. Read expert analysis on irony in the scarlet letter of the community speaks positively of reverend dimmesdale's piety, or shames hester for her adultery.