Hey do you want the fortune from the pirate? All you do is me my servant
Ummm. no thanks
You should have taken the money! If you don't get it I will!
In this scene, Tome Walker is wandering around and goes into the swamp and describes how he liked being alone there. This represents the Early Romantic characteristic of awe of nature. He then finds the devil there. The devil offers him money but he has to take his soul in return.
He then goes home and tells his wife. She wants him to take the money, but he doesn't want to. She then goes to the devil in the swamp and the devil kills her.
Tome then goes back to the devil and he finds out the devil killed his wife. He is happy about this. He then decides to take the money from the devil, but the devil says he has to be a money lender and Tom agrees
Tom then becomes very selfish because he takes people's money. This is another characteristic of the Early Romantics of celebration of the individual because he focuses on himself and how he is very greedy. He doesn't care who he takes money from.
Tom is then arguing about money with someone and the guy says that Tom took enough of his money and Tom says that if he took any money from the man then have the devil come and take him. Teh devil then comes and takes him away on a horse.