What does the author mean by saying:
'I judged no less,' said the physician." ANd now, what wouldst thou with me touching this man?"
#1 "And now, what do you want from me relating to this man?"
"And I thee,' answered Hester Prynne, " for the hatred that has transformed a wise and just man to a fiend! Wilt thou yet purge it out of thee, and be once more human?"
#2 "And I [either hate or despise] you ...."
The dialogue in this novel is written in a deliberately 17th century idiom.