Strength Of Hester Prynne In 'The Scarlet Letter'

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WHO AM I Over my sophomore year of high school I personally have evolved into a different person than who I was freshman and the beginning of sophomore year. Over the year I have obtained many new qualities some are good and some are bad that is just a part of life you sometimes have to overcome bad things in life. I have obtained the strength and will like Hester Prynne, but I also feel like I have to prove myself against my fellow classmates and friends like Collins . I also feel as if I have obtained being patriot like Brutus as I try to back everything I say up and standing up for what I believe in. These qualities are in a lot of circumstances good but in a lot of situations they can be bad. I have obtained the will and strength of Hester Prynne in The Scarlet Letter. In the Scarlet Letter had to endure “A penalty which in our days would infer a degree of mocking infamy and ridicule might then be invested with almost as stern a dignity as the punishment of death itself.” This act had to take a lot of strength and will because the whole town was staring and shouting hateful things towards her. Even though pearl showed “ if an evil spirit possessed the child, and had just then peeped forth in mockery.” This had to take a lot of strength and will…show more content…
Brutus was tired of the way that Caesar was ruling taking advantage of him and his fellow men. Brutus knew that once Caesar came into power it would be corrupt government and bad things would happen. One day at a event a soothsayer approached Julius Caesar and said “Beware the ides of March.” Caesar then replied with “He is a dreamer; let us leave him: pass.” Brutus fulfilled this by standing up for what he believed in and later killing Julius Caesar in the ides of

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