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Nathaniel Hawthorne, writer of the Home of Seven Gables, reveals Judge Pyncheon's personality in a tactical manner to show that the shallowness in Judge Pyncheon's fine deeds. The author utilizes the place of particulars, diction, and tone to express his dislike for Judge Pyncheon's character and also to show the judges character as two-fold, very great, then evil. Nathaniel Hawthorne strategically reveals Judge Pyncheon's apparently superior side to this reader in order to demonstrate how "fake" Pyncheon really is. Judge Pyncheon is a guy of "eminent respectability" (line 3), who's always "loyal to his public support" (line 8)) as Judge and also "devoted to his party." (line 9) The Judge also has "unimpeachable integrity" because the treasurer of a club to widows and orphans. However, Judge Pyncheon was unlike any of the features afore mentioned. Truly, Judge Pyncheon was the guy who "throw" his son and just forgave him when forgiveness was useless, at the last fifteen minutes of his own son's lifetime. Judge Pyncheon definitely wished to throw a good impression of himself on the public so he said his pra...