Conclusion paragraph I. In Nathaniel Hawthorne 's "The Birthmark" there are many different themes such as, nature versus science, and perfection. Joseph Campbell's research supports this theory; he traces universal archetypes through the stories, myths, and artwork of various cultures.
Symbolism can include objects, actions, or people in a story and they represent ideas that the author is trying to convey. Such is the case in Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story, "The Birthmark. With blazingly obvious symbolism, clearly defined by the author himself, the reader can choose to take t Romanticism was introduced to Americans in the nineteenth century, delivering a fresh literary and artistic style From the use of improbable symbolism Kafka provokes the reader to believe that Gregor turning into a bug is realistic and more authentic compared to his unauthentic life as a human Time significantly influenced Hawthorne in creating this short story Wheeler.
In the following paragraphs I will explain them in depth. Hawthorne articulates a story of an eminent chemical scientist, Aylmer, and a wife of great beautify, Georgian, who has a red crimson?
Basically if Aylmer had the sensibility of Aminadab he could have realized how beautiful she was even with her birthmark.
Aylmer wants to remove the mark that symbolizes imperfection, sin, and mortality; though it could result in death.