The Scarlet Letter

As and Hester argue, the doctor says he "could reveal a goodly secret." To whom does he then say Dimmesdale owes his life?

chapter 14-18

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Chillingworth says that Dimmesdale owes his life to him,

"But enough! What art can do, I have exhausted on him. That he now breathes, and creeps about on earth, is owing all to me!"