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American Lit

Who makes references to the Black Man Mistress Hibbions
Sentenced to wear the Scarlet Letter Hester
Name of the main character's child Pearl
Who the minister's physician Chillingworth
The town's revered minister Pearl's Father Dimmesdale
Relation was Chillingworth to Hester Husband
How Hester earned a living sewing
How many times did Dimmesdale stand on the scaffold with Hester and Pearl two
What Pearl did when the minister kissed her in the forest Washed the kiss off
What spectators saw on Dimmesdale's chest when he died Scarlet Letter
sought revenge on Dimmesdale Chillingworth
Wrote the Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne
when the minister lay dying, he asked for a kiss from whom Pearl
In the Governor's Hall, Hester appealed to who when she thought her child would be taken away Dimmesdale
Physical background setting
sequence of events plot
struggles between opposing forces conflict
main character protagonist
character that changes dynamic character
character that remains the same static character
central idea that gives a work meaning theme
character in conflict with another antagonist
highest point of interest climax
narritive in which the characters places, and other items are symbols allegory
"wilt thou stand here with mother and me tomorrow noontide?" "what does the scarlet letter mean? and why does the minister keep his hand over his heart?" Pearl
"thou shalt forgive me!" "she is my happiness! she is my torture, none the less!" Hester
I.. whom you so reverence and trust, am utterly a pullution and a lie!" "How am I to live longer, breathing the same air with this deadly enemy?" "So thou thinkest the child will love me?" Dimmesdale
"thou hast escaped me!" Chillingworth
"wilt thou go with us tonight? there will be a merry company in the forest." Mistress Hibbins
Created by: Manfers