Scarlet Letter ABC’s
By: Sean Brannigan
What Hester Prynne was accused of at the beginning of the book, what the A
Where Hester wore the scarlet letter.
Primary antagonist in the book, controls Dimmesdale throughout the whole book.
Throughout the story everyone is dysfunctional, not knowing what to do or how to
handle certain things.
Both Hester and Dimmesdale planned to go to Europe to start a new life before
Dimmesdale was fearful to let his secret out and have everyone hate him
One of many people who suspects Pearl is devilish, tries to take her from Hester
Main character in the book, wears the scarlet letter on her bosom to symbolize
Captured and held Roger Chillingworth
Hester had the choice to either go to jail and be resented or to be killed
No matter what the townspeople threw at Hester she would always treat them
The whole story is about love and ways it can affect people
The meteor drew out what looked like to be an A in the sky
Author of the scarlet letter, went very in depth with everything
Hester would not open up to who the father was of Pearl to keep the man safe
The devilish child of Hester and Dimmesdale’s affair
Everyone that knew about Hester and Dimmesdale’s affair kept quiet to keep
Dimmesdale’s reputation clean
Pearl was rejected by most of the kids due to her having to dress in red and
because of her moms sins
In the beginning of the book Hester didn’t even want to show her face due to her
With Dimmesdale hiding the truth from everyone that he was Pearl’s father, it put a
lot of unneeded stress on him
The country where the book takes place
Chillingworth seeks vengeance on Dimmesdale for having an affair with his wife
Reverend Wilson wanted to take Pearl away from Hester since she wasn’t able to
raise her properly.
The fear of foreign idea or people, like how the Puritans feared Hester and her
actions in the beginning of the book
Throughout the whole book we are with Pearl through her youth, and we watch as
she grows and develops without a father.
The amount of people in the book that were perfect, maybe a hidden message in
Hawthorne's book to show everyone makes mistakes.