Forms of Evil in John Goodman Brown
Hawthorne's Young Goodman Brown, presents to us a young Puritan named Goodman Brown, who experiences the influences of evil in a journey through the woods. Evil is personified into a man who accompanies Goodman along the woods. Filled with symbolism and ambiguity Hawthorne accounts how an essentially good person can be susceptible to the forces of evil. However Goodman's loss of innocence can also be interpreted as a loss of faith in his own Puritan religion. Goodman Brown journey represents both an internal and externally social conflict, one that changes him by changing the way he perceives the Puritan culture around him.
Goodman Brown begins the story with a sense of uncertain faith about his life and his religion.…
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