- Words: 1859
- Length: 5 Pages
- Topic: Mythology - Religion
- Paper #: 36226850
" This seems powerful evidence that she has not accepted Puritan gender roles, but instead, is defending and helping to uplift the man who got her into this situation, and who is looked up to as a spiritual leader, while she is a spiritual outcast. The contrast is striking between the two, yet she is the strong one.
There was neither "irritation or irksomeness" in Hester (124) and the "blameless purity