"Ye had still hoped that virtue were not all a dream. Now are ye undeceived. Evil is the nature of mankind. Evil
must be your only happiness". What does the dark figure mean by this? Does Goodman Brown believe (or come to believe) that virtue is just a dream and that evil is happiness? Does the author believe this?
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