"Devil and Tom Walker"

"Devil and Tom Walker"

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  • Theme
  • MONEY MONEY MONEY!!!!!!!!!!
  • Characterization
  • Point of View
  • It is said that after this commencement, they had a long and earnest conversation together.
  • Greediness can Consume One's Life
  • Conflict
  • $*%@!#
  • The narrator describes Tom Walker as a poor man of misery. Tom soon reveals how avarice he truly is by making a deal with the Devil after the death of his wife.
  • Romanticism 1
  • -FORT-
  • The story, "The Devil and Tom Walker" is told from a third person perspective to emphasize the main points of the narrative.
  • Romanticism 2
  • Tom Walker
  • Old Scratch
  • Internal Conflict - The dispute within Tom Walker deciding whether or not he should make a deal with the devil External Conflict - The discord between Tom Walker and his wife over various topics.
  • Maybe I SHOULD make a deal with the devil, but then again...
  • The first example is when Tom Walker decides to evade the stress in his household and society by wandering into the woods by himself, finding an old fort, and taking a nap.
  • ZZZzzz.... ZZZZzzzz.....
  • Towards the end of the story, Tom Walker is thrown onto a horse and he dashes into the woods. This can symbolize his escape from the fraught people of society once again by running back into the tranquil environment of nature.
  • TOM WALKER!!!!!!
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