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“Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment” By Nathaniel Hawthorne pp
Hawthorne’s background Salem, Mass Bowdoin College Changed name from Hathorne The Scarlet Letter (1850)
Questions 1. Thoughts about the ending—consistent with the whole story—pessimistic attitudes Comprehension check: –Experiment –Use experience to pass along wisdom –To find the fountain of youth
#2 Evil ways are tough to overcome People repeat the same mistakes
3 Mockery of senior citizens?
4 Yes, because the rose changed No, because they still looked old in mirror
5 Base on events that already happened
6 Characters would like it Heidegger would dispute it for scientific reasons
7 Regrets a failed relationship Estrangement from Hawthorne Characters have selfish regrets
8 Yes—most people would—it’s tough to change someone’s character.
Symbol Wycherly—beauty Colonel Killigrew—health Mr. Gascoigne—power Mr. Medbourne—wealth Dr. Heidegger—Science
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