Donated to the poor
Helped the sick
Counseled the sad
Clothed the Native Americans
Women are respected by their husbands
Even the saddest women should be happy
Even the happiest women don't have it very good
Men should be respected by their wives
It is designed to punish Hester, but it has rewarded her with gold.
It is designed to celebrate Hester's rebel spirit, but she feels embarrassed.
It is designed to empower Hester, but she is still powerless.
It is designed to remind her of her sin, but she criticizes society instead.
Chillingworth, to ask forgiveness.
Chillingworth, to be released from her promise.
Dimmesdale, to ask forgiveness.
Dimmesdale, to be released from her promise.
Letting Hester take off the "A"
Taking Pearl away again
Promoting Dimmesdale to Chief Priest
Sending Dimmesdale away to study
He has added hypocrisy to sin.
He has escaped Chillingworth's trap.
He has ruined Chillingworth's fortune.
He is the reason Chillingworth has turned into a fiend.
Reveal Chillingworth's secret to Dimmesdale
Reveal Dimmesdale's sin to the town
Reveal Chillingworth's real identity to the town
Reveal her new line of clothes to the women in town
He refuses to let her.
He helps her do it.
He agrees to let her do it.
He threatens to kill Dimmesdale if she does it.