'Dark Romanticism' By Nathaniel Hawthorne

The theme that was expressed by Nathaniel Hawthorne was Dark Romanticism. The author uses this story to convey that appearance doesn’t correlate with character. Dark Romanticism is the thought that nature is both good and evil. This is can be expressed by Dark Romanticism because Beatrice’s appearance is pretty while her character is poisoned or dark. This is expressed throughout the story because Beatrice had two sides to her a pretty side and a dark side, which was poisoned by her father. Some people could have believed that this story had the theme of science; people could think this because it is science that gave her the poison and that changed her life.
First, the most important detail about Dark Romanticism in the story is that Beatrice

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