The Scarlet Letter

According to the narrator, Dimmesdale's "inward troubles drove him" to what three practices ?

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Dimmesdale practiced self-flagellation ( beating himself) to punish himself for his sin.

He fasted as an act of penance

He kept vigils, sometimes all night: "He kept vigils, likewise, night after night, sometimes in utter darkness; sometimes with a glimmering lamp"