Young Goodman Brown and Other Hawthorne Short Stories

A year before his death at the age of 59 Hawthorne wrote everything is beautiful in youth all things are allowed it. How do you think each of the character in Dr Heidegger's experiment would respond to this viewpoint?


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I think they would take this statement for granted. They crave to have youth and the freedom that goes with it again. They do not care if their youth is an illusion or if there is a price to pay for the change.