The disparity between ten and twelve is caused by the fact that Chapter 5 was condensed out of three separate articles.
Minister and respected citizen, Arthur Dimmesdale, was perceived as an upstanding member of the community who preached the word of the heavenly Father Pearl is also used as the narrator in the film. The bird first glided across the screen when Hester was planting her garden.
I have not found an English equivalent for mise en grilles, which refers to a gridlike breakdown of linguistic units and which Taylor translates by "pigeon-holing" p. In appearance alone, she comes across as the stronger character. Hours of film of her thoughts and feelings would be needed to effectively show the viewer what the reader sees.
Nearly an hour of information the reader received only as background was on tape.
In other words, while love and passion are beautiful, they cannot be separated from the conscience and concept of sin.
This essay will explore the many differences and similarities between the book and movie A pitcher of reddish liquid was plainly visible on a table behind Chillingsworth when he met Dimmesdale. When he reunited with Hester, he wore a faded jacket of an unattractive, sickly red.