What are some symbols in The Scarlet Letter?


1. Scarlet Letter: was ment to represent. Adulterer, but overtime the meaning shifts and becomes Hester's identity + reminder of her sin, like Pearl. 2. The Scaffold: represents the platform of judgement. Dimmesdale had difficulty going up on the
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Some of the symbols include: The Scarlet Letter "A" The chief symbol in the novel is the scarlet letter "A" which openly symbolizes Hester's adultery. For Dimmesdale
A symbol communicates an idea without the author's explaining it. Symbolism becomes effective when we "get it" and understand the connection between the symbol and the idea
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