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Chapter 1: The Prison-Door: Thefirst chapter in the Scarlet
Letter the setting is Boston in the 17th century in front of
the prison. The prison was plain colored and the
surroundings were very ordinary except for the rosebush that
is outside of the prison. All the Puritans dressed in drab,
Chapter 2: The Market Place: Outside of the Prison the ugly
puritan women discuss the adultery of Hester Prynne. Hester
is the beautiful woman wearing a bright A on her bosom. She
carries her baby (Pearl) in her arms.While standing on the
scaffold she has flash backs of her old life, and the
childhood school days, and her mother and father, also the
Chapter 3: The Recognition: While standing upon the Scaffold
she recognizes a small disformed "native" man in the
background.While no one in the rest of the town knows him
Hester is in shock that he is here.The man (Roger
Chillingworth) asks why this woman is standing on the
scaffold and what she did to get there.He learns of her
crime (adultery) and her punishment to stand on the scaffold
for three hours and to wear the letter A on her chest for
the rest of her life.Chillingworth also learns that she
will not name the father of her baby. His goal is to find
out who the father is. Rev. Dimmesdale try to pry the
fathers identity out of Hester. But he does not succeed.
After a long sermon she is led back to the prison.
Chapter 4: The Interview: Hester is in her prison cell and
is very nervous. Pearl is having convulsions. Then, Roger
Chillingworth comes to Hesters cell. He gives Pearl medicine
that makes her fall asleep. He then gives Hester a sedative
to calm her nerves. Hester and Chillingworth have
conversations over who is to blame for the affair. And we
learn that he is Hester's secret husband who had sent her to
Boston before himself, she had taken him as dead at sea.
Hester promises not to tell anyone who he is…

The Scarlet Letter

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The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, the heroine is admired
becuase of her strong will, and disregard for other’s views of her.
Hester Pryne displays her best qualities when she stands up to
Governor Bellingham and his gang, when they confront her about her
daughter Pearl. Hester is a woman that is well ahead of her time,
she is vocal, proud, head-strong, and confident, in an age where
women were to be seen and not heard. She was deeply admired by all
the townspeople, despite her adultrous past, and public shame of
wearing a scarlet “A” upon her breast. Hester is a victim of a crime
which was severly punished despite the fact that she could only be
accountable for half of the incident. She was forced into the
marriage of a man she did not love, and after being seperated for a
long amount of time, she became attracted to another man. Hester is
much stronger then her partner in adultry, Dimmesdale, who bottles
up his guilt inside, and eventually dies due to the suffering he
endures, at keeping the event a secret. Hester endures her
punishment without a word against it, and grows from it, making
her stronger and a woman to be admired from her puritan counterparts,