The narrator of ″Young Goodman Brown″ is led by the old man with the staff on a journey through the forest to the bonfire which provides the imagery of light vs. darkness enabling him to perceive the reality of his life more fully. As the narrator proceeds, he encounters numerous characters from his past, and he learns about their true identity. Explain in three paragraphs (8 to 13 sentences in length for each paragraph with contextual citations for support) how the narrator′s perceptions are altered with each encounter and how the ″truth″ justifies his validation of both good and evil. Be certain to respond to two posts of your peers.