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Nathanial Hawthorne and Young Goodman Brown

Summary: Explores the Nathanial Hawthorne story, Young Goodman Brown. Describes how Hawthorne creates a possibility that this story is just simply a delusion of Goodman Brown. Provides biographical detail on the author.
Biography:

Hawthorne was born in Salem Massachusetts, and he attended college with Longfellow

Hawthorne jump-started his career with the publication of Twice- Told Tales

Hawthorne also made it to the U.S Consul at Liverpool

Issue One: "Young Goodman Brown"

Throughout the story Young Goodman Brown, Hawthorne creates a possibility that this story is just simply a delusion of Goodman Brown. The story begins as Goodman proceeds on a puzzling mission. Goodman starts his journey at sunset. The sunset facet is symbolic, for the reason that the sunset differentiates between day and night. Night represents wickedness and day represents justice, this expresses that Goodman is unclear on his religious outlooks on life. Goodman is parting with his faith, to make way for immorality. When Hawthorne indicates that Goodman has crossed the threshold, he is portraying the transition from justice to wickedness. Hawthorne then brings...

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