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In The Scarlet Letter, who is Pearl’s father? A. Governor Winthrop B. Nathaniel Hawthorne C. Roger Chillingworth D. Arthur Dimmesdale User: n The Scarlet Letter, what does Pearl best represent throughout the novel? A. A young innocent child B. The unifying force that brings Hester and Dimmesdale together C. The living embodiment of Hester's sin D. A form of punishment for Hester
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In The Narrative Life of Frederick Douglass, to what city did Douglass escape and become a free man? A. New Orleans B. Philadelphia C. New York D. Boston
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