The Scarlet Letter

What kind of metaphor is Hawthorne developing in Chapter 4?

Chapter 4?

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In Chapter Four, Chillingworth mentions "the token of her shame", which refers to Hester's scarlet letter. This token, as he refers to it is a metaphor.... a token being a keepsake, which in this case, is a reminder of her sin and shame.


The Scarlet Letter