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How do the other townspeople who see the red A in the sky interpret it?


The other townspeople who see the red A in the sky interpret it as standing for the word “Angel”, since Governor Winthrop had passed away that night and become an angel.


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1. What is the result when the Reverend Dimmesdale tells his congregation that he is the worst of sinners?
2. What measures does Dimmesdale take in an attempt to penance for his sins?
3. Where have Hester and Pearl been before they arrive at the scaffold on their way home?
4. What does the minister reply when Pearl asks him if he will stand on the scaffold with them in broad daylight?
5. How do the other townspeople who see the red A in the sky interpret it?