"Young Goodman Brown"
Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Young Goodman Dark brown" is defined of the mid 1800's. Hawthorne uses comprehensive symbolism. This tale took us on highway of two parallel meanings of Goodman's lifestyle and faith. With the countless symbols we understand the increased loss of Goodman's faith.
Goodman Brown was a young Puritan. Goodman has got been known as on an errand and his brand-new wife, Faith, asks him never to go. They are recently married and she doesn't want him to keep. Goodman says that he must go and looks again as she waves goodbye. Faith may be the symbol for what he left out and needed to hold on to. Faith has already established dreams of his errand, but Goodman puts them apart and goes forward along with his programs. When he returns he plans to check out her to heaven. Faith symbolizes faith in God and good. She will not react to Satan's call. Although she's been tempted often she stood accurate to her faith.
Goodman takes a quest through the forest, which is normally dark and has spots you can see it, but is certainly a dark, grim, eerie place. A forest could make you feel afraid of everything you could find at every convert. Hawthorne's usage of names is symbolic aswell. Goodman represents an excellent man, where Goody Cloyse's represents a spiritual female.
Goodman meets a stranger and proceeds to walk with him. The stranger posesses staff, which resembles a serpent. This stranger bears a resemblance to Goodman himself, as though they may be father and son.