The Scarlet Letter Chapter 21

The Scarlet Letter Chapter 21
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  • Hester is excited to leave Boston and her scarlet letter behind.
  • This is the last time all these people will see my scarlet letter before I leave on a ship.
  • People from everywhere come to the inauguration.
  • Mother, why are all these people we never see in the center of town today?
  • Hester finds out that Chllingworth is going to join them on the ship and then she sees him smirking at her.
  • "... after sustaining the gaze of the multitude through seven miserable years as a necessity... she now, for one last time more, encountered it freely and voluntarily, in order to convert what had so long been agony into a kind of triumph. 'Look your last on the scarlet letter and its wearer!'" (174).
  • "'Why, what is this, mother?' cried she. 'Wherefore have all the people left their work to-day? Is it a play-day for the whole world? See, there is the blacksmith... And there is Mr. Brackett, the old jailer, nodding and smiling at me. 'Why does he do so, mother?'" (176).
  • "But at that instant, she beheld old Roger Chillingworth himself, standing in the remotest corner of the market-place, and smiling on her" (181).
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