The Devil and Tom Walker: Moral Decay Revealed through Motifs and Symbols

The Devil and Tom Walker: Moral Decay Revealed through Motifs and Symbols
The Devil and Tom Walker: Moral Decay Revealed through Motifs and Symbols
The Devil and Tom Walker: Moral Decay Revealed through Motifs and Symbols
The Devil and Tom Walker: Moral Decay Revealed through Motifs and Symbols
The Devil and Tom Walker: Moral Decay Revealed through Motifs and Symbols
The Devil and Tom Walker: Moral Decay Revealed through Motifs and Symbols
The Devil and Tom Walker: Moral Decay Revealed through Motifs and Symbols
The Devil and Tom Walker: Moral Decay Revealed through Motifs and Symbols
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This lesson plan focuses on Irving’s use of literary motifs and symbols in developing the story’s themes. Students will examine several motifs and symbols and interpret how they suggest moral decay in the characters and their society. In studying the motifs and symbols, students will be better able to describe “The Devil and Tom Walker” as an example of social criticism.
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