Unformatted text preview: actually quite sad that he saw all of this evil and now his innocence and that pure faith in God and good he once had is gone. “He could not listen, because an anthem of sin rushed loudly upon his ear, and drowned all the blessed strain” (p. 428). I feel this is how YGB felt because he saw too much and everything he knew was a lie and no good. Like when you go to church because you want to hear Gods word but you are surrounded by so much evil in the world and you are looking around at the people surrounding you wondering what they are doing at home that is not godly. This is the evil that is blocking your own ears to the lord’s word and he is winning at this point to consume you. So many people lose their way because of the actions of others and the evil in the world. 2. In “The Yellow Wallpaper”, where precisely in the story do you think it becomes clear that the protagonist has begun to hallucinate?...
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- Spring '13
- Everyday Use, Goodman Brown, YGB’s bitterness