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A walk through the woods is most often a relaxing moment Walks are a time to enjoy nature however Young Goodman Browns adventure through the forest was not an ordinary one His walk was not a typical stroll down a path Young Goodman Brown enters the woods in a very mysterious state of mind Mysterious meaning non predictable One is not able to draw an initial conclusion as to why he is doing so It appears as though he is unsure at this point Because of the illusions of evil that he has I believe Young Goodman Brown entered his own evil mind the moment he stepped foot into the dark forest His adventure became a battle within himself Goodman Browns story began in a little village called Salem From there he started a journey into the woods with a strange traveler Right from the start I noticed that their adventure was not going to be an ordinary one The name of his hometown Salem symbolized a spooky image because this is where the witch trial was at Even more so Goodman Brown began his errand at sunset The descriptive details of Young Goodman Brown that Hawthorne included added to the mysterious tone of the story For example as Hawthorne stated he had taken a dreary road darkened by all the gloomiest trees of the forest which barely stood aside to let the narrow path creep through and closed immediately behind It was all as lonely as could be and there was this peculiarity in such a solitude that the traveler knows not who may be concealed by the innumerable trunks and the thick boughs overhead so that with lonely footsteps he may yet be passing through an unseen multitude p 62 The descriptive opening puzzled me I was anxious and curious to have the mysterious details of the reason Brown was going on this adventure revealed to me I did not like
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