1. What is the first contribution in the novel, The Blithedale Romance, that composes the theme of magic within the text?
The mention and description of the Veiled Lady in the first chapter is the first contribution to the theme of magic in The Blithedale Romance. In the first chapter, Coverdale is returning to his apartment after attending an exhibition of the Veiled Lady.
2. How does the reader know that Moodie is somewhat connected to the Veiled Lady?
In Section 1, Chapter 1, the author foreshadows at Moodie's connection to the Veiled Lady. The fact that Moodie approaches Coverdale after he attends an interview with the Veiled Lady hints at Moodie's connection; especially, as Moodie knows that Coverdale is going to Blithedale the next day, though they are barely acquaintances.
3. What is the purpose of those gathered at Blithedale?
The purpose of those gathered at Blithedale is to join a group of intellectual upper class people who want to learn the art of husbandry and develop their own Arcadian society.
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