His love of learning and intellectual pursuit attracts Dimmesdale. Here is one of the songs from the play: A local Butcher who falls in love with Hester. He does, however, see his role in her downfall. Hester is an Abortionist; so every day, she has women who come in to rid themselves of an unwanted child.
The First Lady can see that she will be replaced and her world is crashing down on her. Hester is frozen with shock, and as Jail Bait finishes eating and begins to rape her, she is still too stunned to resist.
Leader of a small piece of land. Monster is someone who seems like a kid who was at the wrong place at the wrong time.
The smugly pious attitude of the women assembled in front of the prison who condemn Hester is frightening — especially when we hear them suggest that Hester should be scalded with a hot iron applied to her forehead to mark her as a "hussy," an immoral woman.
He robs her of some of her money, but in seeing her scar, which matches his, he starts to lose face and runs off. A friend of Hesters and a "kept woman", a prostitute.
Hester arrives at the bar to find "Scribe", so he can write a new letter to send her son, but while there she meets another man named "Butcher" who takes a liking to her. He writes beautifully, and Hester goes to him so he can write a letter to her son for her. What is meant to be a badge of shame is elaborately decorated in threads of gold.
When he knowingly smiles to Hester at the Election Day ceremony, he is acknowledging that he, too, will be on that ship bound for Europe, the faithful companion of the minister.
Standing alone on the scaffold as punishment for her adulterous behavior, she remembers her past life in England and on the European continent. The Mayor is displeased with her inability and openly cheats on her with Canary Mary. She notices he has a scar on his arm, and after a few exchanged words she continues on her way.
In Chapter 14, she agrees with his description of what he used to be and counters with what he has become. It is used only by the women in the play. She can be seen as the woman with the money and no love in her life, while Hester has numerous people who love her, but very little money.
Rich girl yr pussy is all dried out, Rich Girl! This shows that Hester is a poor woman who seems to live in an oppressed world. When she finds that the price has risen, she returns with more money as the plot takes a decidedly operatic turn. Chillingworth is not a Puritan.
He begs her to kill him in order to save himself from torture, and of course at first she is reluctant. The next scene opens with the First Lady discovering she is pregnant but knows she has had intercourse with many guys, but since Monster is the possible father, she wants to abort the child, but decides to pass the baby as the Mayor's instead.
Character Analysis[ edit ] The story centers on Hester the abortion provider. Meanwhile, Monster meets an emotionally broken First Lady in the park, they exchange some kind words, and in the end she asks if she can kiss him.
Her son has been sent to jail by the First lady. She aborts the First Lady's unborn child because of how she put her son in jail. Hester accepts that Monster is actually her son. The next day, Hester finally has enough for her to pay for a furloughed picnic with her son.
She embraces him and tries to get him to show her the scar she gave him on his arm when he was first taken away to prison, but he is more interested in the food than he is in her.
He agrees, and they kiss.
Canary later walks through a park where she meets an escaped convict"Monster". When "Talk" is used there is a projector of some sort that shows the translation onto the stage. The abortion doesn't work and she has the biggest monster child ever made.
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The prevailing tone of Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter is one of irony. Here are some examples: SITUATIONAL IRONY.
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