The Consequences Of Hester And Dimmesdale

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Despite committing adultery,Hester and Dimmesdale are saved. From the second chapter to the end of the book, Hester has been making up for her sins and dealing with the consequences of her actions. Even though dimmesdale did not confess until the enfo the book, he still suffered the consequences of his sin. Dimmesdale is saved because he confesses his sin to the whole town even though it was seven years late. “At last--- at last I stand upon the spot where, seven years since, I should have stood, here, with this women….” God must have considered his confession to be the final piece to redemption, because soon after he confesses, Dimmesdale is put out of his misery. Dimmesdale dies directly after he confesses to his sin. “The multitude,

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