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The Devil and Tom Walker
By: Joe Baker and Josh Grygiel
Attitude: Tom is a very greedy man. Tom is also very selfish, as shown with his wife. Statement: He scowled for a moment at Tom with a pair of great red eyes. (Irving 260). His Reputation for a ready-moneyed man… (Irving 264). Actions: Tom attempts to make a deal with the devil. He did this for the money and wealth.
Attitude: He is still a very greedy man. He later realizes he has down wrong but he is a little late Statements: Tom seized the checked apron, but woeful sight! Found nothing but a heart and liver tied up in it (Irving 264). Such was the end of Tom Walker and his ill-gotten wealth (Irving 267). Actions: He has a break down from everything he is going thorough. Then realizes he mad mistakes but it is to late to do anything about it.
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