Chapters 11 & 12. By Johnnie Martinez II and Carter Tate . Tortures of the Damned. http://youtu.be/bli1Z578Fio. Summary .
By Johnnie Martinez II and Carter Tate
Irony - Chillingworth acts friendly to Dimmesdale, not letting Dimmesdale know that Chillingworth knows about his adultery with his wife, Hester. This is an example of dramatic irony.Parallelism – “His intellectual gifts, his moral perceptions, his power of experiencing and communicating emotion”Repetition - "As at the waving of a magician’s wand, uprose a grisly phantom,—uprose a thousand phantoms"