Nathaniel a Hawthorne
author of the minister's bllack veil
a good one
before donning the black veil, the minister (Hooper) was what kind of minister
people with secrets and others in agony for sinning
over what group does the veiled minister seen to have the most power
people are often unwilling to face the truth about themseves in black veil
what is the apparent central theme of this story
teaches a moral lesson
what does the fact that this story os a parable mean for the literary elements used (character, events, and details of setting)
voice of reason
what does the village physician most likely represtnt in the story (logic and reason)
love endures despite what that person does
what message about human nautre is most strongly conveyed by elizabeth's nursing of mr.hooper on his deathbed
brides and grooms need to be reminded they will eventually die
what message might be conveyed by the veiled minister at the wedding
what does the black veil most likely represent in the parable
based on this story, how would you describe Hawthorne's view on human nature
thinks people gossip too much
what can you infer about the passage "The next day, the whole vilage of Milford talked of little else than Paron Hooper's black veil. That, and the mystery concealed behind it..."
people hide secrets for fear of what others will think
Based on the rest of the story, what can you infer about the meaning about tis parable
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