This two page lesson plan has 3 parts: Part 1: students match the definitions to the 10 examples of figurative language Hawthorne employs in these two chapters: parallel structure, biblical allusion, symbolism , repetition, simile, onomatopoeia, personification, metaphor, contrast, and irony; Part 2: students match the terms of the same 10 examples of fig. lang. to general examples of them. In Part 3: students match the 10 examples of figurative language to 25 quotations from these two chapters. This lesson plan is a progression of definitions, to examples, to direct quotation identification. A two page ANSWER KEY is provided. This can be done in class, individually or with a part, or as homework and review.