"Rappaccini's Daughter" is the short story written by Nathaniel Hawthorne in 1844 on the medical researcher in medieval Padua. Moral implications shown in both stories are very transparent and are easily understandable by the reader.
From their rooms, Giovanni, the young student of letters, look at Beatrice, beautiful daughter of Dr. Rappaccini, the scientist working in isolation. Having fallen in love, Giovanni enters garden and meets Beatrice the number of times regardless of warning of his mentor, Professor Baglioni, that Rappaccini is up to no good, and he and his work should be avoided. (Judith, 1976)