Tormented by his guilty conscience, Dimmesdale goes to the square where Hester was punished years earlier. Dismissing the jailer, Chillingworth first treats Pearl, Hester's baby, and then demands to know the name of the child's father. He was a Puritan minister involved with the government of the colony, and also the Salem Witch Trials.
Chan, art by Sunneko Lee. He accepts this, stating that he will find out anyway, and forces her to hide that he is her husband.
Dimmesdale's room chapter 9. At the beginning, it is first viewed as nature's way of offering beauty to those who leave and enter the prison as well as providing a glimmer of hope to those who inhabit it.
Forman were the subjects of an adultery scandal in in England. One evening, pulling the sleeping Dimmesdale's vestment aside, Chillingworth sees a symbol that represents his shame on the minister's pale chest.