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Appendix C

Young Goodman Brown Matrix

Using the Web site listed below, choose passages that embody plot, setting, and symbolism, and fill out the matrix. Then, answer the question below the matrix.

| |Young Goodman Brown |

|Plot |Passage and Page Number: (pg. 80) “Dearest heart,” whispered she, softly and rather sadly, when her lips |

| |were close to his ear, “prithee put off your journey until sunrise and sleep in your bed to-night. A lone |

| |woman is troubled with such dreams and such thoughts that she’s afeared of herself sometimes. Pray tarry |

| |with me this night dear husband, of all nights in the year.” |

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| |How This Passage Embodies Plot: This passage embodies plot because the main character, Goodman Brown, is |

| |about to go on a long journey and his own wife, Faith, is afraid for him and begs him early on to wait |

| |until the next morning to begin. This fear leads to an opening for the rest of the story and how her fear |

| |is proven correct. |

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