Which represent faith in God had left him and his wife Faith symbolized his religion. Faith warned him not to go into the forest, as for she knew that it would be a danger and will change his life, but he did it anyways. Brown could have made a decision to stay out, but his mind was so curious to find out more about the unknown that it destroyed his life forever. Overall, if Young Goodman Brown would have made a decision to choose the good path and not go into the forest with the devil, his life would have not changed for the worst. He would have kept his wife Faith.
John Proctor Helped his friends be successful and cared for their safety. Proctor says “ You are the high court, your word is good enough! tell them i confessed myself; say proctor broke his knees and wept like a woman, but my name cannot!”. In the quote John Proctor does not want written proof that he was a witch because he wants to protect his friends and not throw them under the bus. This means he cares for his friends and is truly a good man.
In the short story titled The Devil And Tom Walker,Washington Irving explains that no matter how hard life is going to never sell our soul. For instance, Tom wanted to save his wife but in ordinary to save her Tom had to sell his soul. Irving’s asserts that walker had to sell his store to save his wife from dying. The author’s purpose is to convince that the audience should should never sell their soul no matter the situation.The author writes in an serious tone for the audience to realize that selling out isn’t the right thing to do. Tom walker had been picking his way cautiously through this treacherous forest;stepping from tuft to tuft of rushes and roots.
An incident occurred between a father and his son, where the son murdered his father for a ration of food. Also a Gypsy had attacked Elie’s father when he asked where the bathrooms were. Sadly, Elie doesn’t escape this horrific fate. When his father had grown sick, he had to stay in a cabin with others who were sick as well. Elie tried to help him, but he soon grew tired of helping his father and felt relieved when his father had died; he felt free.
Hawthorne uses Young Goodman Brown’s declining relationship with his wife, Faith, as a method of demonstrating Goodman Brown’s loss of faith in God. At the beginning of the story, Brown and his wife seem to have a well established relationship, calling each other “Dearest heart,”(9) and even “My love.” (9) Brown is reluctant at first to leave his wife for his journey, but some unknown force calls him into the forest. After meeting his mysterious guide in the forest, who later turns out to be the devil, Brown is hesitant to continue on his journey with the devil because of his Faith. Hawthorne uses double language here. Literally, Brown is worried about his wife being at home alone all night.
She is unable to pass a day without thinking of her deceased child and despises how she is unable to move forward from the event. At the same time, she scorns the man for showing indifference upon the event, as she may feel some jealousy for his ability to continue on with his life. The root of this issue, though, is that she feels that the man is showing too little effect from the incident. The father did not leave the task of burial to someone else, instead, he physically dug into the earth and planted his child’s body in the soil. To the woman, this may seem like the action of a heartless person.
His wife escaped, so the farmer and his people chase her then locked her in his house. The farmer was uneducated so he probably didn't know what his wife really want. So the farmer can deal with animals very well, but he can’t deal with relationship well. As the reader of the poem, the reader think it was pretty normal for the farmer to think in that way at his time period. The reader can’t blame the farmer for the way
Dimmesdale’s True Colors Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale, also the father of Hester’s child, showed prominent parts of his character throughout the story. The first trait the reader becomes aware of is Dimmesdale’s cowardice. He has no intentions of revealing his sin to the public, due to how highly he is seen in the community’s eyes. Remorse, or guilt, is another term that can be associated with Dimmesdale, growing increasingly more prominent as the novel goes on. Cowardice, a lacking of bravery when facing danger, was a trait that Dimmesdale carried.
When Macbeth hears a voice cry “sleep no more”(Mac.2.2.33), it was the beginning of many of his illusions. He suffered from guilt after killing King Duncan and wasn’t able to sleep. Macbeth goes on to have more illusions throughout the story such as when he saw the bloody ghost of Banquo. Macbeth was the only one that could see Banquo, making him think that “the table’s full”(Mac.3.4.46) when they went to sit down for dinner. Macbeth continues to see the ghost of Banquo throughout dinner causing him to have sudden and unexplained outbursts.Lady Macbeth tries to explain her husband’s odd behavior by saying “My lord is often thus, and hath been from his youth”(Mac 3.4.53-54).
(p.425) This quote from "The Scarlet Ibis" wrote by James Hurst says a lot about Doodle and his brothers fillings towards him. Doodle and his brother have a close relationship throughout the story. The bleeding tree that stood just outside of the kitchen window now where a grindstone stands, now it's like if an oriole sings in the elm, its song seems to die up in the leaves, a silvery dust. (p.416) The bleeding tree and doodle are alike because the bleeding tree is not there anymore, but the memories about it still are just like Doodle because the memories that him and his brother have will never be forgotten. Doodle and his brother have a close