A new hat
A pair of gloves
A golden threaded shirt
A bag made of wool and silk
The Scarlet Letter
Arthur Dimmesdale's scourging
Hester's sewing skills
Hester's long, flowing hair
She laughs at him
She kisses him
She gives him her hair.
She gives him a scarlet letter.
With pride and defiance
He dies on the scaffold.
He dies kissing Pearl.
He dies caressing Hester.
He is killed by Roger Chillingworth.
Radiant light beams over Hester; she has transformed into a new woman.
Pearl runs to Dimmesdale, revealing that he is her true father.
Pearl begins to convulse violently.
The scarlet letter evaporates.
Hester wears it as a symbol of Dimmesdale's love; this represents Hester's extreme love capability.
Hester has had sex with an unknown individual; this represents the realization of (and atonement for) sin.
Hester desires nothing more than to be noticed; this represents Hester's ultimate cry for attention.
Hester is too prideful to do anything worthy of being in that town; the townspeople scorn her for this.
She is dropped when Hester goes into shock.
She is squeezed when Hester thinks about her future.
She is reacting to the sight of the Scarlet Letter.
She is crying for the return of her father.