Nathaniel Hawthorne -"Young Goodman Brown".
Nathaniel Hawthorne was born on the forth of July 1804 in Salem, Massachusetts, a descendant of Puritan immigrants; one ancestor had been a judge in the Salem witchcraft trials. Maybe this is where he got some of his inspiration for the story 'Young Goodman Brown'
The story of Young Goodman Brown is not just written to amuse people. It is a story told with two levels of meaning: a literal and a symbolic one. The symbolic meaning reflects moral themes. Hawthorne uses one thing to represent another. In this story for example the names do have a deeper meaning. Young Goodman Brown is called…
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