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Unformatted text preview: Browns companion had an indescribable air of one who knew the world and would not have felt abashed at the governors dinner table or in King Williams court (paragraph 14). This point of view is preserved as Young Goodman Browns faith is tested all throughout the woods. Soon the narrator starts to focus only on Goodman Brown, bringing again a third-person limited point of view as comments are made about Goodman Brown; Be it so, if you will. But, alas! It was a dream of evil omen for young Goodman Brown. A stern, a sad, a darkly meditative, a distrustful, if not a desperate man did he become from the night of that fearful dream (paragraph 70)....
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- Spring '09
- Point Of View