I Made a Deal With the Devil – Chapter 17
‘I Made a Deal with the Devil’ is a story about a man who has had his life turned upside down by a mysterious character. This is a great book that everyone will enjoy reading. It is also easy to read and is perfect for children. The story starts when a young man, ‘Dave’, makes a deal with the devil and is given the chance to become a god. As he learns more about his deal, he has a number of obstacles to face, but he knows that he can succeed.
During the first part of this chapter, Addie continues to see Henry. She tells him about her bargain with the devil. She tells him that she will remain in his life as long as he wants her by his side. She also plans to drive him away. She also plans to break his heart. She is wearing a man’s clothing.
In this chapter, he also encounters a group of children. He almost teaches them the “wicked words” that are taught to them. He also meets the mistress Hibbins. He also goes to the boat and engages in oaths with the sailors. Afterwards, he is approached by Mistress Hibbins. She suggests that he made a deal with the devil. She also offers to serve as an escort for him. He then returns to the village with a different perspective.
In this chapter, Rogo also makes a comment about the challenges that the company is facing. He also takes a lot of anger out on the second shift supervisor. He also debates whether he should leave UniCo. He feels that the challenges are a part of poor corporate performance. He also feels that he is in a very stressful position.
Described as a “simple story of love and treachery, and the search for meaning and purpose” by none other than James Michener, The Stranger by Stephen King is a tale of two young lovers on the run from the law. One has to make the best of the situation, while the other wants to end things as soon as possible.
It is this theme of love and loyalty that permeates the story, and leads the characters to the next chapter. This is where the main character, Henry, tells the story of how he made a deal with the devil. He explains that the devil said he would give him seven loves in exchange for his soul. Henry agrees and promises to stay with Addie “as long as you want me by your side”.
On the other hand, the strangest thing about this story is that the author is not shy about acknowledging his own shortcomings. It is through this humbling experience that Dimmesdale learns how to walk the fine line between good and evil. As a result, he becomes a better teacher, and is even able to convince a group of children that they can do something as big as write their own oaths.