Three Messages In The Minister's Black Veil

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Three Messages from Nathaniel Hawthorne 's The Minister 's Black Veil Nathaniel Hawthorne may be this countries most interesting writer. His works not only spark interest in its readers, but also mess with the minds of these people as well. Michael Santangelo states about Hawthorne, “The legendary novelist’s life is portrayed as being as dramatic as the plotlines of his novels” He is completely correct as well. Hawthorne 's novel were filled with dramatic mind games that really entice readers to think. One of his more famous works, The Minister’s Black Veil, is most likely the king of this observation. This story from beginning to end is packed full of psychological mysteries. However, this story does provide many life themes and examples of the way people act. Therefore, it is an important text in…show more content…
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