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Hester stands proud on the outside in front of all of the townspeople. On the inside, she is still very afraid.
Hester and Pearl live in a shack on the outskirts of town. Hester becomes strong in order to raise her impish daughter.
Hester begs for the Governor to let her raise Pearl. She is willing to show weakness in order to have her Pearl. She had Dimmesdale plead on her behalf as well.
The townspeople begin to accept Hester and no longer hate her. They see the A to stand for the word Able, not Adultery.
With Shame and Despair as her teachers, she gains enough courage and strength to tell Dimmesdale about Chillingworth's true identity
Hester returns home without Pearl. She now consoles and helps the other townswomen to cope with there sins.
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