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The Scarlet Letter Jeopardy

American Literature, Fall 2012

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Characters Plot 1 Plot 2 Plot 3 Symbols

Characters 100

She promises not to reveal Chillingworth's identity

Characters 100

Hester

Characters 200

Child whose father is kept secret

Characters 200

Pearl

Characters 300

Pearl's father

Characters 300

Dimmesdale

Characters 400

Originally thought to be dead

Characters 400

Chillingworth

Plot 1 100

For what did the letter A stand?

Plot 1 100

Adultery

Plot 1 200

What was the relationship between Hester and Roger Chillingworth?

Plot 1 200

They were married, but had been separated.

Plot 1 300

Hester is released from prison. Why doesn't she run away to a different settlement?

Plot 1 300

She feels her soul may be purged clean if she remains living there, disgraced

Plot 1 400

What convinced the Governor to let Hester keep Pearl?

Plot 1 400

Pearl would constantly remind Hester of the consequences of sin.

Plot 1 500

What does Rev. Dimmesdale's congregation think of him?

Plot 1 500

They think he's practically a saint.

Plot 1 600

When Mr. Dimmesdale finds out that Roger Chillingworth is out for revenge, he knows his religious career in Boston will be at an end and his life will be miserable. What does Hester suggest?

Plot 1 600

She suggests that Dimmesdale should go away, taking her and Pearl, too.

Plot 1 700

What news did the commander of the Bristol ship bring Hester?

Plot 1 700

Chillingworth had booked passage on the Bristol ship.

Plot 2 100

What information did Hester refuse to tell the officials and Mr. Dimmesdale?

Plot 2 100

The name of the man who had sinned with her

Plot 2 200

What did Hester promise to Roger Chillingworth?

Plot 2 200

To conceal his true identity

Plot 2 300

Describe Pearl.

Plot 2 300

Beautiful but unusual

Plot 2 400

Describe Hester's feelings towards Pearl.

Plot 2 400

Hester loves Pearl very much.

Plot 2 500

What did Hester and Pearl see in the breastplate of the armor?

Plot 2 500

Hester's "A"

Plot 2 600

What happened to Hester?

Plot 2 600

She vanished, but later returned to her home in Boston.

Plot 2 700

What happened to Chillingworth?

Plot 2 700

He died within a year, leaving his property to Pearl.

Plot 3 100

Mr. Wilson asks Pearl, "Canst thou tell me, my child, who made thee?" What is Pearl's answer?

Plot 3 100

"I was plucked from the wild rose bush by my mother's prison door."

Plot 3 200

What did Pearl ask Mr. Dimmesdale?

Plot 3 200

If he would stand hand in hand with her & Hester on the scaffolding

Plot 3 300

Later into the novel, what were people beginning to think of Hester?

Plot 3 300

They were beginning to recognize her as a person instead of as just a sinner.

Plot 3 400

What did Hester tell Roger Chillingworth when they met on the peninsula?

Plot 3 400

She was going to break her promise to him.

Plot 3 500

What did Hester have to do by the brook before Pearl would come across?

Plot 3 500

Pin her “A” back on

Plot 3 600

What did the people see when Mr. Dimmesdale took off his ministerial band?

Plot 3 600

An imprint matching Hester's "A"

Plot 3 700

What happened to Pearl?

Plot 3 700

She married and lived in England.

Symbols & Themes 100

What Hester must wear at all times

Symbols & Themes 100

Letter (specifically, the letter “A”)

Symbols & Themes 200

Dimmesdale felt this to do bad things; a luring

Symbols & Themes 200

Temptation

Symbols & Themes 300

Sin of which Hester & Dimmesdale were guilt

Symbols & Themes 300

Adultery

Symbols & Themes 400

Chillingworth seeks this against Dimmesdale

Symbols & Themes 400

Revenge

Symbols & Themes 500

Hester's means of supporting herself and Pearl

Symbols & Themes 500

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