The Devil and Tom Walker

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  • "However Tom might have felt disposed to sell himself to the devil, he was determined not to do so to oblige his wife; so he flatly refused..." Lines 153- 154
  • Concern for Individual Interest
  • "The upshot of all which is that, if I mistake not," said Tom, sturdily, "you are he commonly called Old Scratch." Lines 119-120.
  • Super Natural Interest
  • "He reposed himself for some time on the trunk of a fallen hemlock., listening to the boding cry of the tree toad..." Lines 69-70
  • Love for Natural Land
  • "He was not prone to let his wife into his confidence..." Line 150
  • Distrust of Women
  • "A few miles from Boston in Massachusetts, there is a deep inlet, winding several miles into the interior of the country..." Lines 1-2
  • Distrust of Civilization
  • "One day that Tom Walker had been in a distant part of the neighborhood, he took what he considered a shortcut homeward, through the swamp." Lines 38-39
  • Journeys from Civilization to Nature
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