The Scarlet Letter

The two men begin to spend much time together, and Chillingworth scrutinizes Dimmesdale's behavior. What does the doctor say he must do "before attempting to do him good"?

in chapters 9-12

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He should also unburden himself to Chillingworth so Chillingworth can know the man he is treating.

Chillingworth tells Dimmesdale he must "first lay open to him the wound or trouble in your soul?"

Chapter 10