Thus, when Brown perceives that she too has been
corrupted, he shouts "My Faith is gone" and rushes madly toward the
witches's gathering (Napierkowski).
Faith appears to be naive and trusting. When Brown hears her on the path from his hiding place in the woods, she seems to be being coerced by the others she is traveling with... displayed 300 characters
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They encourage her to continue on. Faith is submissive and wants to please the others even though she has doubts and seems sorrowful. Then he hears a scream which presumably is his wife's followed by voices and laughter from the others. His finding her gone with only her pink ribbon left behind, leaves him desperate and angry... displayed next 300 characters
Goodman Brown goes mad and challenges evil. He feels that he will be the downfall of evil and that he is strong enough to overcome it all. At this point, Hawthorne reveals an inner conflict of a man's faith in religion and the knowledge of mankind's indiscretions with sin...
While in the forest, Goodman Brown's faith is tested as he sees several prominient figures from the town at the Witches' Sabbath.
Upon hearing the voice of his wife faith crying and screaming through the forest, Brown begins to lose faith...
This is where Goodman lost much of his faith. He is a deeply religious man, and holds his church mentors in high respect. Nothing could have prepared him for the next travelers, Deacon Gookin and the minister...
This quotation is a great example of how Hawthorne correlates Faith's beauty and innocence with the pink ribbons. The pink ribbons are mentioned later on in the story as they fall from the sky: "But something fluttered lightly down through the air, and caught on the branch of a tree...
This dream or real adventure put doubt in Goodman's mind, which consequently cut him off from his fellow man and leaves him alone and depressed. He dies alone and miserable because he was never able to look at himself and realize that what he believed were everyone else's faults were his as well...
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