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What is the irony in the people's reverence for Dimmesdale?

A

He's not as well educated as the less-favored ministers.

B

If he were to get well, they wouldn't find him as holy.

C

The more they love him, the more Dimmesdale hates himself.

D

They find spiritual strength in Dimmesdale's spiritual weakness.

E

Dimmesdale is an abject sinner, yet the people think he is holier than anyone else.

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