When comparing “the devil and tom walker” to faust, which is a true statement? both stories are set in the sixteenth century. in both stories the devil makes a bet with god. both characters lose their bet with the devil. faust becomes religious, while tom walker does not.
The correct answer is C) Both characters lose their bet with the Devil.
When comparing “The Devil and Tom Walker” to Faust, what is a true statement is "Both characters lose their bet with the Devil."
In the story of "Faust," bored with life, is thinking of s**cide and before doing that he calls the devil for magic and knowledge. A character named Mephistopheles bargains with him and give what he wants in exchange for his soul for eternity.
In "The Devil and Tom Walker," the pirate William Kidd hides a treasure and makes a pact with the devil to protect the treasure. Years later, a character named TomWalker and his wife are ambitious and greedy people that love money and want that treasure.
this doesnt make any sense imao
he used romanticism in his works