What metaphors does Hawthorne establish for Chillionworth's probe in The Scarlet Letter?

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auntlori Teacher High School - 12th Grade Editor Debater Expert Educator Scribe $(document).ready(function() { $('a.toggle_expert_titles').click(function() { $('#show_expert_titles').toggle(); return false; }); }); In chapter ten of The Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne depicts Chillingworth as anything but the kindly doctor so many in the town once considered him. Instead, he uses a series of metaphors... (The entire answer is 261 words.) This is an expert answer, written by an eNotes editor. To read the entire answer, please join eNotes. more
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