Rembrandt displays this in the paint Self Portrait as St.
Hester feels guilty because she has suppressed from Dimmesdale who Chillingworth really is. Bibliography: Fogle, Richard H.
Hawthorne then goes deeper to express that the darkness of one might not be of evil intention, but rather dulled by everyday sin of which the light could be redeemed.
The dark eyes and background represent a type of detachment, whether the detachment is due to an outward or inner struggle.
At this moment, the dark dreary forest is flooded with heavenly beauty of light and life. In contrast to this, the author could also use a gloomy and dark setting to make the mood scary and evil.
The tone and use of chiaroscuro in this passage allows the reader to believe that giving into your natural instincts and wants is not necessarily wrong or sinful, but nothing more than a part of life.