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Unformatted text preview: tombstone looses any written title nor anyone carved no hopeful verse upon his tombstone (paragraph 72). The forest, as opposed to the daylight and communion found in the village, is dark (night) and creepy. Such differentiation in setting between the forest and the village creates the separation between good and evil. Also, the fact that Goodman Browns companion stands for the devil, makes the reader realize that the forest is a place were evil resides. Since this is a journey which Goodman Brown is taking, one also realizes that this journey is into himself; a realization of faith. He realizes that faith in tiles and religion alone are not enough to reach salvation, and his new faith in actions lives with him until she was an aged woman(paragraph 72), and brought forth children and grandchildren, a goodly procession (paragraph 72), with the new type of faith Old Goodman Brown had realized....
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2010 for the course ENGLISH 12345 taught by Professor Handley during the Spring '09 term at Saddleback.
- Spring '09