The Devil and Tom Walker

The Devil and Tom Walker
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  • Simile 
  • Symbolism/foreshadowing 
  • "A miserable horse, whose ribs were as articulate as the bars of a gridiron, stalked about a field" 
  • Allusion
  • Verbal Irony
  • "The devil take me," said he, "if I have made a farthing!"
  • imagery 
  • Satire
  • "Since the red men have been exterminated by you white savages, I amuse myself by presiding at the persecutions of quakers and anabaptists; I am the great patron and prompter of slave dealers, and the grand master of the Salem witches." 
  • Deacon Peabody 
  • The devil would mark the names of cheating officials who would later turn up dead
  • "Let that freebooter roast....Who cares!" 
  • "A great man has fallen in Israel." Sudden death of Absalom Crowninshield
  • "A countryman, who lived on the border of the swamp, reported that in the height of the thundergust he had heard a great clattering of hoofs and a howling along the road, and running to the window caught sight of a figure... on a horse that galloped like mad across the fields..." 
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