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What explanation for the events of Election Day is made by the minister’s friends to make him seem blameless?


The explanation for the events of Election Day is made by the minister’s friends to make him seem blameless was the analogy that his sins are just like the sins of everyone else.


More Questions

1. How does Dimmesdale appear as he leaves the church after his triumphant sermon?
2. How does Pearl react when Dimmesdale calls Hester and herself to mount the scaffold with him?
3. Where, according to Chillingworth, is the one place where Dimmesdale could have successfully escaped him?
4. What were some of the conjectures made by parishioners as to the origin of the minister’s scarlet letter?
5. What explanation for the events of Election Day is made by the minister’s friends to make him seem blameless?