Scarlet Letter Rhetorical Analysis

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Within the passage, it is made quite evident rather quickly, what sort of values the characters hold near and dear to their hearts, and the type of society that they find themselves in. These values or ideals, as well as the type of society are revealed to the reader through the interactions and thoughts of the characters conversing. As the passage progresses along, the ideals of the individuals begin to become very clear. In doing so, it is obvious that the Lord carries a slightly different set of ideals as compared to the two other women. Lord Darlington makes numerous remarks that serve as metaphors pertaining to a game of cards. One such metaphor of the such is when he refers to husbands as “odd tricks”. Upon making this remark on the
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