Young Goodman Brown and Other Hawthorne Short Stories

How is the veil described in the story " The Minister's Black Veil" ?

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From the text:

On a nearer view it seemed to consist of two folds of crape, which entirely concealed his features except the mouth and chin, but probably did not intercept his sight further than to give a darkened aspect to all living and inanimate things.


The Minister's Black Veil