The Devil and Tom Walker (2)
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Tom had grown uneasy waiting for her. He set out at length to seek both his wife and the black woodsman out.
That's it! I am sick of waiting here for her. She took my possessions, and I am no longer tolerating this!
Crows hovered above Tom while he looked for his wife. "He recognized his wife's apron, and supposed it to contain the household valuables." He was quite mistaken, for what lay in the apron were a human heart and liver.
Tom turns to the Devil and becomes tempted to take his offer. Th"e black woodsman "proposed that he should turn unsurer."
“To this no objections were made, for it was just to Tom’s taste. He gained a reputation for a ready-moneyed man.”
“As Tom waxed old, he grew thoughtful and began to regret the bargain he had made with his black friend.”
I must find a solution to right my wrongs...
Afraid the Devil would take his life, “he became a violent churchgoer.”
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