ADVANTAGES

He'd certainly be a prize."
Jury
Judge
Tone
Dark,
Gloomy
Depressing
Tense
Has a sadist factor
Diction
The diction in this story is allegory
the allegory concerns the power of the United States as a representation of a loyal American hero Daniel Webster
there is a clear sense where this story is a nationalistic tale that is made to have pride & satisfaction in the american people at that time
Themes
slavery
patriotism (nationalism)
Critical Analysis of the Story
Weaknesses:
Big transition
Strengths:
Caught the reader's attention immediately
Teaches the reader not to give up even if they see no hope
Teaches the reader about loyalty
Critical Analysis of the Story
Cultural content:
racism
there were racist comments made towards the native american people
"If two New Hampshire men aren't a match for the devil, we might as well give the country back to the indians." - Daniel Webster
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Benet also wrote a sequel to "The Devil and Daniel Webster" called "Daniel Webster & the Sea Serpent"

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