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  • "The Minister’s Black Veil"
  • BLACK VEIL
  • “Never! It cannot be lifted!"
  • "The Minister's Black Veil"
  • YOUNG WOMEN BEING BURIED
  • "And do you feel it then, at last?"
  • THE WOODS
  • "The Devil and Tom Walker"
  • "What are you doing on my grounds?"
  • The black veil is a symbol of sin that he has committed. This could be used to show the secret sin that someone has done in the past. Most think it is just something of Mr. Hooper's own sin or something he likes to wear.
  • "The Devil and Tom Walker"
  • "It is true he was dressed in a rude Indian garb, and had a red belt or sash swathed round his body"
  • THE DEVIL
  • The first day Mr. Hooper wears his black veil, is the day the young lady is buried. There were problems with her and Mr. Hooper with love issues. Hooper's choice by doing this was to cover his face by him being guilty of the death.
  • "Fall of the House of Usher"
  • “To an anomalous species of terror I found him a bounden slave”
  • RODERICK
  • Tom wants to make a deal with the devil. When Tom first meets the devil in the woods, it seems like he comes from a place like no other. The woods are symbolized as evil and death. The devil was in different dealings with Tom.
  • "Fall of the House of Usher"
  • “These appearances, which bewilder you, are merely electrical phenomena not uncommon." 
  • At this point of time in the story, Tom comes right out and calls the devil an scratch. Tom was scared at the time and the features of it were dark-skinned. This made a big difference for him during that time period.
  • Right now, Roderick is afraid. He does not know what exactly is causing the fear he has. Roderick is saying the feel of the house is maybe the issue.
  • The house was destroyed by the storm. Madeleine’s grave was going through the storm which made a bad look on it also. The narrator tries to tell Roderick how the light was tarn being caused by electrical charges from the storm.
  • THE HOUSE
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