Puritanism in The Minister's Black Veil by Nathaniel Hawthorne

The plot setting is in a small ancient Puritan town and shows the significance of Puritanism tenets in the early 17th century. From their emergence and subsequent expulsion to the establishment of new colonies in America by the banished immigrants, Hawthorne explains the way of life of these Puritans from an economic, social, and spiritual perspective. This review illustrates these tenets in detail and assesses their viability during that period.

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