Answer the following question
– Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “Young Goodman Brown” portrays a metaphorical descent into the “underworld”. While the character of Goodman Brown attempts to live up to his name by being a good man, the devilish Old Man in the woods shows the hypocrisy in Goodman Brown’s Puritanical beliefs. Why does Hawthorne choose to portray the “devil” this way? What specific instances, from the text, explain how the Old Man plays off of Goodman Brown’s pride? Why does the Old Man sow doubt in Goodman Brown? Explain.
– need 2 quotes from the story