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The Scarlet Letter
throng
visage
utopia
allot
a crowd of people
façade; face
an ideal, perfect situation or place
portion out or distribute
throng
a crowd of people
visage
façade; face
20 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
The Scarlet Letter
Alchemy
Anathemas
anemones and columbines
Ann Turner
the ancient system of chemistry and philosophy having the aim…
curses things or persons greatly detested.
flowers of the buttercup family.
an alleged witch who supposedly helped in the poisoning in th…
Alchemy
the ancient system of chemistry and philosophy having the aim…
Anathemas
curses things or persons greatly detested.
10 terms
The Scarlet Letter Set 4
exhortation
talisman
apprehension
mutability
an earnest warning
an object with magic power
anxious feeling about the future
changeability
exhortation
an earnest warning
talisman
an object with magic power
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
The Scarlet Letter
throng
visage
utopia
allot
a crowd of people
façade; face
an ideal, perfect situation or place
portion out or distribute
throng
a crowd of people
visage
façade; face
The Scarlet Letter
Ominous
Expiation
Gibe
Hillock
...
...
an insulting or mocking remark; a taunt.
A small hill or mound
Ominous
...
Expiation
...
The Scarlet Letter
ostracize
edifice
infamy
utopia
(v.) to exclude from a group, banish, send away
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
evil fame or reputation
(n.) an imaginary and remote place of perfection (Everyone in…
ostracize
(v.) to exclude from a group, banish, send away
edifice
a building, especially one of imposing appearance or size
50 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Reverend Wilson questions Pearl about
Wearing the scarlet letter has given H…
the first thing Pearl notices as a baby
Chillingworth wants Hester to live so…
her religious training
knowledge of the hidden sins of others
scarlet letter
suffer in shame
Reverend Wilson questions Pearl about
her religious training
Wearing the scarlet letter has given H…
knowledge of the hidden sins of others
35 terms
The Scarlet Letter
The Scarlet Letter ... Novel--symbolic,…
Book was written during the 1840's in…
The narrator of the story... unnamed cus…
TONE... varies throughout the book... bitt…
Author--Nathaniel Hawthorne
It was first published in 1850
POINT OF VIEW... The narrator is OMNISCIENT--he analyzes the ch…
SETTING... Middle of the 17th century
The Scarlet Letter ... Novel--symbolic,…
Author--Nathaniel Hawthorne
Book was written during the 1840's in…
It was first published in 1850
The Scarlet Letter
Hawthorne
Boston
cemetery
rose bush
He wrote The Scarlet Letter
The novel is set in this New England town.
Most New England towns created a prison and a
This grows near the prison door.
Hawthorne
He wrote The Scarlet Letter
Boston
The novel is set in this New England town.
35 terms
The Scarlet Letter
The Scarlet Letter ... Novel--symbolic,…
Book was written during the 1840's in…
The narrator of the story... unnamed cus…
TONE... varies throughout the book... bitt…
Author--Nathaniel Hawthorne
It was first published in 1850
POINT OF VIEW... The narrator is OMNISCIENT--he analyzes the ch…
SETTING... Middle of the 17th century
The Scarlet Letter ... Novel--symbolic,…
Author--Nathaniel Hawthorne
Book was written during the 1840's in…
It was first published in 1850
The Scarlet Letter
Alchemy
Anathemas
anemones and columbines
Ann Turner
the ancient system of chemistry and philosophy having the aim…
curses things or persons greatly detested.
flowers of the buttercup family.
an alleged witch who supposedly helped in the poisoning in th…
Alchemy
the ancient system of chemistry and philosophy having the aim…
Anathemas
curses things or persons greatly detested.
26 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Nathaniel Hawthorne
universal lesson
setting
novel
wrote the Scarlet Letter
sin has consequences, one of which is shame
June/ Boston/ 1642-1649
a type of extended pros fiction (new)/ has characters, plot,…
Nathaniel Hawthorne
wrote the Scarlet Letter
universal lesson
sin has consequences, one of which is shame
20 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
15 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
50 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Reverend Wilson questions Pearl about
Wearing the scarlet letter has given H…
the first thing Pearl notices as a baby
Chillingworth wants Hester to live so…
her religious training
knowledge of the hidden sins of others
scarlet letter
suffer in shame
Reverend Wilson questions Pearl about
her religious training
Wearing the scarlet letter has given H…
knowledge of the hidden sins of others
16 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
30 terms
The Scarlet Letter
iniquity
deportment
Utopia
countenance
(n.) wickedness, sin; a grossly immoral act
a person's behavior or manners
an ideal society
Facial expression
iniquity
(n.) wickedness, sin; a grossly immoral act
deportment
a person's behavior or manners
The Scarlet Letter
vagrant
sluggish
malefactor/malefactress
gallows
homeless person
slow moving
one who does wrong, criminal
place where someone is hanged
vagrant
homeless person
sluggish
slow moving
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The Scarlet Letter Set 3
amenable
demeanor
intimated
peremptory
cooperative
outward behavior
hinted at
undeniable, final
amenable
cooperative
demeanor
outward behavior
59 terms
The Scarlet Letter
How are the Puritans of Boston first p…
What is significant about the rosebush…
Describe Hester's demeanor as she emer…
Is there significance to Hester's view…
Bleak, dreary-looking crowd of people
Serves as a reminder that "the deep heart of Nature could pit…
With grace & dignity; strong force of character
Prevents her from hiding her shame; forced her into admitting…
How are the Puritans of Boston first p…
Bleak, dreary-looking crowd of people
What is significant about the rosebush…
Serves as a reminder that "the deep heart of Nature could pit…
22 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Chillingworth
Mistress Hibbins
Pearl
Gov. Bellingham
Who is believed to be the black man?
Who practices witchcraft?
Who tosses burrs at the letter "A"?
Who commissions a pair of gloves?
Chillingworth
Who is believed to be the black man?
Mistress Hibbins
Who practices witchcraft?
The Scarlet Letter
evanescent
ignominy
iniquity
contumely
(adj.) vanishing, soon passing away; light and airy
(n.) shame and disgrace
(n.) wickedness, sin; a grossly immoral act
n. rudeness; insolence; arrogance
evanescent
(adj.) vanishing, soon passing away; light and airy
ignominy
(n.) shame and disgrace
35 terms
The Scarlet Letter
For what did the letter "A" stand?
What information did Hester refuse to…
What did Hester promise to Roger Chill…
How did Hester support herself and Pea…
Adultery
The name of the man who had sinned with her
To conceal his true identity
Sewing
For what did the letter "A" stand?
Adultery
What information did Hester refuse to…
The name of the man who had sinned with her
Scarlet Letter
Pearl
Chest
Light/The Sun
Darkness
Living embodiment of Hester's sin
The moral center of a human
Goodness and holiness
Tainted and sullied
Pearl
Living embodiment of Hester's sin
Chest
The moral center of a human
Scarlet Letter
Lurid
Vivify
Inscrutable
Fain
Sensational; shocking
To enliven
Mysterious; incapable of being understood
Gladly
Lurid
Sensational; shocking
Vivify
To enliven
Scarlet Letter
Utopia
Inauspicious
Physiognomy
Augury
A state or place of political or social perfection
Not prosperous or promising
Facial features held to show quality of mind or character by…
A fortelling
Utopia
A state or place of political or social perfection
Inauspicious
Not prosperous or promising
8 terms
The Scarlet Letter
the scarlet letter
pearl
hester prynne
reverend dimmesdale
The Puritans mean for the scarlet letter to be a symbol of He…
is a living symbol, the physical embodiment of Hester and Dim…
A young woman sent to the colonies by her husband, who plans…
is the unmarried pastor of Hester's congregation; he is also…
the scarlet letter
The Puritans mean for the scarlet letter to be a symbol of He…
pearl
is a living symbol, the physical embodiment of Hester and Dim…
Scarlet letter
Venerable
Ignominy
Inauspicious
Abate
Worthy of reverence or respect
Dishonored; disgraceful conduct.
Unfortunate; I'll-omened
Lessens;reduce in amount
Venerable
Worthy of reverence or respect
Ignominy
Dishonored; disgraceful conduct.
Scarlet Letter
Mutability
Prolific of
Caprice
Intangibility
Changeableness
Likely to bring forth
A whim; a sudden change of mind
A lack of bodily substance
Mutability
Changeableness
Prolific of
Likely to bring forth
9 terms
Scarlet Letter
Ignominy
Physiognomy
Contumely
Beadle
Public shame or disgrace.
A person's facial features or expression, especially when reg…
insolent or insulting language or treatment.
a ceremonial officer of a church, college, or similar institu…
Ignominy
Public shame or disgrace.
Physiognomy
A person's facial features or expression, especially when reg…
scarlet letter
edifice
congenial
inauspicuous
physiognomy
complex set of beliefs
of a person) pleasant because of a personality, qualities, or…
not conducive to success; unpromising.
person's facial features or expression, especially when regar…
edifice
complex set of beliefs
congenial
of a person) pleasant because of a personality, qualities, or…
Scarlet letter
Languid
Tempestuous
Arduous
Obtuse
Slow, sluggish, weak
Stormy personality
Very demanding or difficult
Dull, dull of mind
Languid
Slow, sluggish, weak
Tempestuous
Stormy personality
Scarlet letter
Allegory
Antagonist
Character
Flat character
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.
character that does not change too much from the start of the…
Allegory
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a…
Antagonist
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
The Scarlet letter: Chapter 1
Edifice
Utopia
Invariably
Subsequently
a large structure, like a building or skyscraper
a perfect place, like paradise
without change, constantly
in time or order, in succession
Edifice
a large structure, like a building or skyscraper
Utopia
a perfect place, like paradise
Scarlet letter
Role of scaffold scenes
Rose
Pearl
Sunshine
-check pts on diagram... -Dimmesdales demise... -Chillingworth gets…
Hester prynne. Something beautiful in a lot of ugly. Delicate…
Pearl is a living symbol, the physical embodiment of Hester a…
Represents Pearl's innocence and Hester's corruptness because…
Role of scaffold scenes
-check pts on diagram... -Dimmesdales demise... -Chillingworth gets…
Rose
Hester prynne. Something beautiful in a lot of ugly. Delicate…
The Scarlet Letter Review
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Scarlet letter
Pervaded
Sagamores
Prithee
Amenable
Spread throughout
Chiefs; tribal leaders
Please
Responsive; willing to submit
Pervaded
Spread throughout
Sagamores
Chiefs; tribal leaders
50 terms
The Scarlet Letter
Reverend Wilson questions Pearl about
Wearing the scarlet letter has given H…
the first thing Pearl notices as a baby
Chillingworth wants Hester to live so…
her religious training
knowledge of the hidden sins of others
scarlet letter
suffer in shame
Reverend Wilson questions Pearl about
her religious training
Wearing the scarlet letter has given H…
knowledge of the hidden sins of others
237 terms
Scarlet Letter
(Ch. 1) What are the rose bush near th…
(Ch. 2) How are women described compar…
(Ch. 2) Who has taken this scandal ver…
(Ch. 2) What do the other ladies of th…
A moral blossom, a story that will be presented to the reader
Each mother transmits to her child a fainter bloom, a more de…
Reverend Master Dimmesdale
It is not severe enough
(Ch. 1) What are the rose bush near th…
A moral blossom, a story that will be presented to the reader
(Ch. 2) How are women described compar…
Each mother transmits to her child a fainter bloom, a more de…
The Scarlet Letter
Hester Prynne (character)
Pearl Prynne (character)
Roger Chillingworth (character)
Arthur Dimmesdale (character)
Has a child out of wedlock; forced to endure public punishmen…
Hester's child who was "of great price - purchased with all s…
Hester's husband; physician skilled in both Christian healing…
Young promising minister who fathers a child out of wedlock
Hester Prynne (character)
Has a child out of wedlock; forced to endure public punishmen…
Pearl Prynne (character)
Hester's child who was "of great price - purchased with all s…
14 terms
Scarlet Letter Ch. 3
abate
intervolutions
sojourn
iniquity
put an end to
the state of being intervolved or coiled up
a temporary stay
wickedness
abate
put an end to
intervolutions
the state of being intervolved or coiled up
117 terms
The Scarlet Letter
What colony is the setting for the nov…
Where in the colony does the opening c…
What 2 possible symbols does the rose…
Describe the appearance of Hester Pryn…
Boston
Prison door
pain and beauty
Tall young woman with a figure of perfect elegance on a large…
What colony is the setting for the nov…
Boston
Where in the colony does the opening c…
Prison door
The Scarlet Letter
antique
civilized
condemned
frailty
aged; old
educated; developed
guilty; sentenced
weakness; defect
antique
aged; old
civilized
educated; developed
76 terms
The Scarlet Letter
rose bush
Salem & Concord Massachusetts 1840
mean townspeople
baby
what item is just outside the prison door?
what is the setting of this novel?
Describe the group of people who awaited HP outside the priso…
what does HP carry w her as she leaves the prison
rose bush
what item is just outside the prison door?
Salem & Concord Massachusetts 1840
what is the setting of this novel?
The Scarlet Letter
Leech
Infernal
Mortify
Perplexed
Healer
Hellish
To cause to feel shame
Puzzled
Leech
Healer
Infernal
Hellish
Scarlet Letter
Hester
Dimmesdale
Pearl
Roger Chillingworth
Main character, must wear "A" for Adultery
Pearl's father, Minister, cannot face public humilation
D and H daughter; scarlet "A" in human form, sin and blessing
H's husband, old, smart, physical deformity, leech/ physician…
Hester
Main character, must wear "A" for Adultery
Dimmesdale
Pearl's father, Minister, cannot face public humilation
20 terms
The Scarlet Letter Plot
Hester Prynne
Roger Chillingsworth
"A"
Reverend Dimmesdale
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
Adultery
Pearl's Father
Hester Prynne
Protagonist - Wears the Scarlet Letter
Roger Chillingsworth
Antongonist - Hester's Husband
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