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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
Weegy: In The Scarlet Letter, what does Pearl best represent throughout the novel? C. The living embodiment of Hester's sin. User: n The Scarlet Letter, what is Hester's response when she learns that the Puritan council might allow her to remove her scarlet letter? A. She is furious B. She immediately takes the letter off and goes into town without it C. She indicates that only God can remove her letter D. She is very happy Weegy: what is Hester's response when she learns that the Puritan council might allow her to remove her scarlet letter? She indicates that only God can remove her letter User: In The Scarlet Letter, which statement is correct? A. Hester's letter "A" isn't noticed by the townspeople anymore. B. Hester's letter "A" comes to represent ability and attitude to the townspeople. C. Hester's letter "A" comes to represent alien to the townspeople. D. Hester's letter "A" comes to represent able to the townspeople. Weegy: Hester's letter "A" comes to represent able to the townspeople.- is a correct statement. (More)
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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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