Before He could care less for his wife and was not willing to do things for her. He also did not interact with many people in the town he lived in. In the book it said, "...was not a man to be troubled with any fears of the kind."
After He now cared even less for the poor people like when in the book it said a land jobber asked for help for his family and Tom Walker refused by saying, "The Devil take me if I made a farthing!" Making his a greedy man to keep all the money for him self.
Before He was still a was still a rude person to his wife. In the text it said, "... and hurried on his way, rejoicing,, if a bachelor, in his celibacy." He was feeling alone already not wanting to be with his wife.
After The money turned him into a selfish man. It said in the book, "I must take care of myself in these hard times."
Before He liked being alone. it said, "had been to a distant part of the neighborhood." He also wasn't scared of many things. It said, "...was not a man to be troubled with any fears of the kind."
After He lived for the Devil basically because when the land jobber asked for money, Tom responded, "The Devil take me if I hav made a farthing"