Romanticism In The Minister's Black Veil And The Scarlet Letter

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Often times, when people read stories, they are able to connect what they read to another text or situation in which something similar has happened. If the feeling of having experienced something of a similar nature is strong enough, many would call this a case of Déjà vu. However, that is not the case at all with the stories “The Devil and Tom Walker”, “The Minister’s Black Veil”, and “The Scarlet Letter”. When reading literature from the same time period, there are often noticeable similarities within the texts. In the time period of romanticism, also known as the revolutionary period, this is especially true. These similarities include their strict Puritan lifestyles, the underlying symbolism within the texts, and the concept of sin and
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