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In young goodman brown what is the conflict, effect (emotional impact of story on reader), end orientation, exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, conclusion, dramatic irony? I know the conflict is good vs evil and human nature to do evil; the climax is when goodman brown kneels to pray but a dark cloud hovers over him and he is soon standing with his wife in front of the devil for conversion.

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