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The story of Young Good Man Brown and the movie Children of the Corn are very similar Both stories show the weakness and the evil in people In Children of the Corn the children murder all the adults make their own set of rules and chose Malachai as their new leader Since they had ridiculous rules and followed the leadership of a child many people died In Young Good Man Brown Goodman leaves his wife Faith temporarily to meet someone even though she said that he had better not to In his meeting he meets the devil and loses his faith Goodman follows the evil ways of the Devil which are against Goodmans beliefs Both of these decisions were irreversible the children could not bring the adults back to life and Goodman could not get his faith back When Goodman was walking through the woods hes sees his wifes pink ribbon tangled in a tree branch In Children of the Corn Vikki is wearing a pink sweater Pink represents innocence Vikki and Faith are similar characters because they have done nothing wrong but still are in danger from others actions Goodman took a walk with the Devil and destroyed his foundation of his faith and Burt didnt take the old mans directions to move on to the next town In both stories there was an evil leader in Children of the Corn it was He Who Walks Behind The Rows for the story of Young Good Man Brown it was the Devil himself Both leaders had an evil mission He Who Walks Behind The Rows wanted to rule the town going by his rules Even if it took killing many people and influencing many children to do wrong The devil wanted to convert Goodman to be a worshiper of him Both stories had a clearing where their group would hold meetings Malachai held his meetings in a clearing in the corn and the Devil held
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