Hester climbs the stairs and stands on the scaffolding. This implies the correct answer is B.
Further Explanation The scene of chapter 2 of the scarlet letter occurred in the marketplace. Hester Prynne is seen coming of prison and carrying a baby of three months in her arms.
She is to receive her judgment in the full glare of the public. Hester Prynne climbs the stairs and stands on the scaffolding with her child. While she is waiting to be sentenced, the people that converged at the marketplace call her unprintable names. The women criticized her for being promiscuous and impure.
The symbol “Letter A” which indicate the offense she committed was attached to her dress. The letter A was sewed with gold and scarlet and she was accused of having a baby out of her promiscuous way. She was accused of committing adultery in her husband’s presence.
Hester is viewed by the crowd as someone that has committed all the crimes of this world. She was highly condemned by the crowd.
The novel (the scarlet letter) was written by Nathaniel Hawthorne and published in 1850. It is regarded by many as a masterpiece of American literature.
Therefore, the correct answer is “Hester climbs the stairs and stands on the scaffolding”
LEARN MORE: Which event described in chapter 2 of The Scarlet Letter occurs after Hester leaves the jail? Which event described in chapter 2 of The Scarlet Letter occurs after Hester appears in front of the crowd? KEYWORDS: the scarlet
b Explanation: cuz
The correct answer is that the event that happens is the reveal of Scarlets baby and her being judge with an A on her dress. Explanation: As she walks from the jail to the market place Scarlett coms ot with a three month old baby and also with a red A that means adultery for everyone to know what had she done.
Young children run heedlessly before Hester to the scaffold
At the hartland and the fortkarlens
Hester emerges from the prison holding a baby and makes her way to a scaffold where she is publicly condemned
The group outside the jail becomes eager sitting tight for Hester Prynne to show up. The appearances in the group are dismal, yet recognizable, since Puritans accumulated frequently to watch offenders be rebuffed.