03-02 odalys choncoa (2) (1).docx - Name odalys choncoa Facilitator Date School 3.02 Symbolism Directions Think about the four main symbols in \u201cYoung

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Name: odalys choncoa Date: Facilitator: School: 3.02 Symbolism Directions: Think about the four main symbols in “Young Goodman Brown.” Explain the significance of each symbol, and then show how each symbol is connected with the other symbols. Symbol Textual Evidence Significance to story Connection to other symbols Brown’s wife, Faith Although Brown dies a bitter man, blaming the wickedness and hypocrisy of others, he leaves his Faith first. For these reasons, Faith is aptly named. Brown addresses his wife as "dearest heart" before he departs, suggests she would die at the thought of his transgression, and believes he will "cling to her skirts and follow her to Heaven." Faith was wearing a pink ribbons in her cap also asked him to stay with her. Faith’s pink ribbons Pink is a color generally associated with innocence. it symbolizes the innocence of Faith who wears it at the beginning of the story as well as Brown's own innocent and The pink ribbons that Faith puts in
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