The Scarlet Letter

In chapters 1-5, how was the stranger's mental and physical condition reflected in his appearance?

The answer may be referring to Chillingworth.

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He looked like an eccentric bush doctor,

"He was small in stature, with a furrowed visage, which, as yet, could hardly be termed aged. There was a remarkable intelligence in his features, as of a person who had so cultivated his mental part that it could not fail to mould the physical to itself, and become manifest by unmistakable tokens."