1. Hester is the main character and the person who wears the scarlet letter that gives the book its name. The letter is a patch of fabric in the shape of an “A,” that tells that Hester is an “adulterer.” Pearl is Hester’s daughter, young girl who is moody and has the ability to take in things that others do not. Rev. Dimmesdale is the man who achieved fame in England as a theologian and then he came to America. Roger Chillingsworth is Hester’s husband in disguise. He is older than she is and had sent her to America while he settled his affairs in Europe. 2. Hester had to wear an “A” which stood for adulterer on her chest, and she was forced to wear this because she committed adultery. 3. Hester refused to tell who the person who she had the affair with. 4. He was her husband
5. To not tell that he was her husband.
1. When Hester was released from prison she didn't run away to a different state because she feels that where she is, is her home and it is where she must stay. 2. She did needlework.
3. She doesn’t fear anything, because when kids threw mud at her and her mother she ran after them. 4. She was happy to meet the little stranger.
5. They were going to take Pearl away because the people thought it was their Christian duty to try to save Pearl from Hester's sin. 6. The A, it took up most of the image in the armor.
1. She said I am her mother.
2. Hester asks Dimmesdale to plead for her and he finds an argument that wins Bellingham. 3. I think he seen something like a symbol that has to do with the Scarlet Letter 4. Roger Chillingworth. He has attached himself to Arthur Dimmesdale like a harmful and vicious worm. His only goal in life is to expose Dimmesdale and get revenge. 5. When Chillingworth tells Dimmesdale about his faithfulness to GOD, he becomes aggravated and leaves the room because he feels that is the concern of God and not man. 1. The...