He was described on page fifty-six by Hester Prynne as being 'remarkable intelligence in his features, as of a person who had so cultivated his mental part that it could not fail to mold the physical to itself, and become manifest by unmistakable tokens.' He spent so much of his time gaining knowledge he seemed to cut himself of from humanity.
He is a victim even before his arrival to the American Colony's, first by being captured by savage Indians.
Talk about how the Americans reacted to the attack and how they responded to it. Talk about how Americans used the event as patriotism and why people joined the army after the attack.
With such an advanced communication technology, how did the U. The Japanese sank one of the greatest American battleships in this historic event– talk about the ship and sailors on board.
In the process, the Japanese have destroyed many battleships and have stunned the American military.
Fortunately for the Americans, all their aircraft carriers were intact, which proved to be vital in the victory over the Japanese in 1945.As the Americans weren’t prepared, you can discuss the casualties that were caused by the Japanese and how it affected the Americans. It was fortunate for the Americans but unfortunate for the Japanese, the aircraft carriers were not in Honolulu when the attack began. The Japanese won the battle certainly, but they also lost the war because of it.After the first two waves, there was meant to be a third wave of Japanese fighter planes, but it was eventually called off. The Japanese certainly shocked everyone in the world, but did they do the right thing? Discuss the motives behind the attack on Pearl Harbour in the perspective of the Greater East-Asia co-prosperity sphere. That’s because they had drawn the Americans into the war.All human beings are naturally endowed with good qualities and bad qualities.A steady balance of each is what makes an interesting and assertive individual.Ultimately Hester overcomes the shame associated the scarlet letter and creates a sense of family for herself and Pearl.This relationship is integral to the theme of this novel and the development of its characters.The Scarlet Letter is a story written by Nathaniel Hawthorne.The story's setting is in the 1850's during the puritan times in Boston, Massachusetts.He admits this while talking to her in the jail cell.'Mine was the first wrong, when I betrayed thy budding youth into a false and unnatural relation with my decay.'His second sin is allowing himself to become obsessed with vengeance against Dimmesdale].'But, as he proceeded, a terrible fascination, a kind of fierce, though still calm, necessity seized the old man within its gripe, and never set him free again until he had done all its bidding.