in "young goodman brown," hawthorne reveals his feelings about his puritan ancestors when
In "Young Goodman Brown," Hawthorne reveals his feelings about his Puritan ancestors when
A. the dark man reveals that he helped Brown's forebears persecute others.
B. Faith expresses her anxieties about young Brown's departure.
C. Brown strives to resist his dark mission.
D. Brown discovers his catechism teacher is on speaking terms with the Devil.