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1 Dennen Rachel Dennen Mrs. Damuth Honors English 10- 3 rd Hour 12 October 2011 Chapter 15- “Hester and Pearl” 1a. One quotation I had from the book was found on page 161, “Truly do I!” Answered Pearl, looking brightly into her mother's face. 'It is for the same reason that the minister keeps his hand over his heart!”   This is important because it is telling us that Pearl is very perceptive about details and that she thinks she knows what the A is meant to stand for but she really doesn’t know what it stands for. 1b. My second quotation was found on page 159, “Yes, I hate him!” repeated Hester, more bitterly than before. “He betrayed me! He has done me worse wrong than I did him!” This is an important quote from this chapter because she is finally admitting that she never loved him and he has done worse things to her than she had ever done to him. 1c. My last quotation I found in the book on page 163, “Silly Pearl,” said she, “what questions are these? There are many things in this world that a child must not ask about. What know I of the minister’s heart? And as for the scarlet letter, I wear it for the sake of its gold thread!” I think this is an important quotation from the book because this is the first time she has ever lied to Pearl in her seven years of life so that means that Hester is a very honest person. 2. One Foster Connection I made was on page 162 when it had the quote about the April breeze: “April breeze; which spends its time in airy sport, and has its gusts of
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2 inexplicable passion, and is petulant in its best of moods, and chills oftener than caresses
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