Thou wilt love him; wilt thou not?"" This passage illustrates how Pearl is, in a way, punishing Dimmesdale for not admitting his sin and not claiming her as a daughter. She is spiteful of him denying her as a daughter and will not forgive him until he proves that he is her Father, in public where the whole town will see and know his sin...
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Pearl feels that her mother is not really her mother unless she wears the letter, symbolizing Hester's and Dimmesdale's past relationship and in turn, Pearl's life. This is another reason Pearl denies Dimmesdale, he is constantly putting his hand over his heart to shield his imaginary scarlet letter...