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Old Roger Chillingworth, throughout life, had been calm in temperament, kindly, though not warm of affections, but ever, and in all his relations with the world, a pure and upright man. (107)

What causes this to change?

A

His quest for vengeance.

B

His sorrow and embarrassment over Hester.

C

His preoccupation with Dimmesdale's health.

D

His unwillingness to own his past.

E

His arrogance from the people of Boston loving him.

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