“Young Goodman Brown” vs. “the Lottery”

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ENGL 102

“Young Goodman Brown” vs. “The Lottery”

ENGL 102 Literatures and Composition

Fall D 2012

Ruby Alexander

L24687716

MLA

Outline
‘The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson and “Young Goodman Brown” by Nathaniel Hawthorne, both uses symbols to tell stories. In “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson used names to stress the theme of the story but in “Young Goodman Brown” Hawthorne uses name to in rich the theme of the stories. Both stories use symbols to show a parallel of good and evil.

| “Young Goodman Brown”| “The Lottery”|
Setting| 17th century in Salem in the forest| A Sunday in New England Village| Theme| Battle between good and evil| Trying continue the Lottery every years| Characters| Goodman Brown main characterFaith Goodman wifeGoody Cloyse TeacherThe Devil the man in the woods| Old Man Warner the benchmark of traditionTess Hutchinson unlucky loser in the lotteryMr. (Joe) Summers had a coal business| Plot| Confronting temptation between good and evil| “The Lottery” center around the lottery and stoning of Tess| Point of View| Third Person limited omniscient| Third Person objective| Hero| YGB tragic hero| Villagers|

Ending| Not sure if this was a dream or reality| The stoning of Tess by the villagers |

“Young Goodman Brown” vs. “The Lottery”

The authors in both stories “Young Goodman Brown” and “The Lottery” used symbolism to show different in the setting and emotions about their stories. If you are reading these stories in the literal view you my become confusing to you but, if taken the way it was writing you will understand it better. “Young Goodman Brown” By Hawthorne and “The Lottery” by Jackson both show many different elements of symbolism. In these two stories the authors make you think long and hard to draw a conclusion of these two stories. In “The Lottery” Jackson used names as symbols but “Young Goodman Brown” by Hawthorne used multiples names as symbols. Both stories use other things as...
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