The devil kills her and suspends her organs so Tom can see what happened to her. While Tom is quite willing to sell himself for the treasure at Old Scratch, he doesn`t do it at first, as it would mean sharing the treasure with his wife. After he tells her about her meeting, she meets Old Scratch, but tells her husband that Old Scratch needs a victim. When Tom`s gone, she`ll take all her valuables and go off to make a deal with Old Scratch. When Tom looks for his wife and property, he finds only their apron that holds his heart and liver tied to a tree. He mentions people who were hypocrites, like the Grangerfords. Huckleberry stayed with the Grangerfords and they were in a very long… How similar does Tom`s management of religion to his approach to financial trade? What does Tom Walker conclude with the devil? What is Tom doing to make the narrator call him a “religious violent”? As history progresses, why does Tom always start going to church and carrying a Bible on him? He was ugly and society feared him without knowing him. The creation became angry after Victor traveled across the country to find him and h… If Shylock had accepted in his head that he was on the same level as Christian men, then he would never have made the agreement that causes his loss.
With… The story continues around 1727. Tom Walker, a selfish and greedy miser of a man, enjoys money with his intelligent and greedy wife. They lived in a troubled house, alone and starving. That was until he wandered through the swamp of an ancient Indian fortress (a relic of the Roman king`s war of 1675-1678) and began a conversation with the incarnate devil (in the story called “Old Scratch” and “the Black Man”). Old Scratch appears as a lumberjack or a forester cutting trees, each with a famous and rich colonial name, which is marked on the trunk. A rotten and soon falling tree is named after a deacon who “deals” richly with the Indians. Another fallen tribe has that of a wealthy sailor who is accused of being a pirate. Old Scratch enters into a deal with Tom Walker and offers the wealth that Captain Kidd has hidden in the high-priced swamp, often considered his soul. Tom agrees to think about it and goes home.
Curly`s dream of having a beautiful wife was abducted after Lennie accidentally strangled her, he is full of revenge and intent to kill Small. The… The story first tells the legend of the pirate William Kidd, who allegedly buried a great treasure in a forest in colonial Massachusetts. Kidd made a deal with the devil to protect his money. The devil`s conditions are unknown. Kidd never died to get his money back, but the devil has since protected him. Why is rent and salary, no revenge” (III.4.1144). Hamlet wants Claudius to suffer in hell after killing his own brother, who is also Hamlet`s father.
… Let this divide us, and it is not a good thing to have the desire to be avarice instead of chanting. During Jonathan Belcher`s governorship (1730-1741), Walker`s speculation and business multiplied. As a member of the local stock exchange, Tom buys a big house and a trainer, but doesn`t offer that, even if he has the money (he`s so stingy that he`s even half starved his horses). Tom never tires of defrauding people until he is afraid of the afterlife. Then he becomes an obsessive visitor to the church, sings in the church in a much louder voice than all the other parishioners and always holds two Bibles at his fingertips – and thinks that every sin on his neighbor`s “account” is a “credit” to his own.