Aria Montgomery (Lucy Hale) (season 1 – present) is considered the "alternative" one of the group.
She is more outgoing in fashion and what she sees as acceptable behavior.
The series follows the lives of four girls — Spencer, Hanna, Aria and Emily — whose clique parts after the disappearance of their leader, Alison.
Later they begin receiving various messages from someone using the name "A" who threatens to expose their secrets — including long-hidden ones they thought only Alison knew.
Most of it was written between 19, although much of the early work was abandoned and the early cantos, as finally published, date from 1922 onwards.
It is a book-length work, widely considered to be an intense and challenging read.
On top of that, she finds herself involved with her high school English teacher, Ezra Fitz, after making out with him in a pub bathroom and discovering he was her English teacher on the first day of school.
He resigned from Rosewood High to avoid being arrested for having sex with his student, and was teaching at Hollis, until Byron Montgomery got him fired after finding out his daughter was with him.
He then became a substitute teacher at Rosewood High school, then became a full-time teacher again.
As a young man, Bartolo not only participated in the anti-Catholic demonstrations, he not only preached publically and vehemently against the faith, he not only sought psychic mediums with his friends — he went even further and became a Satanic priest.
Later on, Bartolo would describe how, in the rites of his blasphemous "ordination", he promised his soul to a spirit-guide, a demon, which shook the walls and manifested itself with blasphemous shrieks.
The Cantos is generally considered one of the most significant works of modernist poetry in the 20th century.