First of all, it’s going to discuss and tell you how Nathaniel Hawthorne uses irony to develop a theme or character in “Young Goodman Brown”. In my personal assumption, this autobiography accomplishes on a lot of diverse layers of accomplishments, such as for example “some authorities disagree that it can service symbolically, and also acknowledge the names of each cast member in the autobiography”. What I find fascinating in Goodman Brown’s logic about his first and last level of operation in the story. To me, the biggest piece of irony in the story is that one by one, of all the “spiritual giants” of Goodman Brown’s church “are shown to be in a relationship with the devil, even up to and including Faith herself”. Obviously, Hawthorne is presenting a gigantic pretense in the center of the Puritan elect, while also designating the congenital calamity that continues in all society. The evidence that damages Goodman Brown’s aspiration and acceptance in the vote and the “compensation capability of wonderful, and he ends up coming back from his background as a changed man”. Therefore irony is used to highlight the dissimulation of the Puritans community and also established one of the key themes of this short story, the inbred sinfulness of humanity. Another great piece of irony I found fascinating in the story “Young Goodman Brown” is that the Young Goodman Brown, named after a grandfather who was “an old friend” of the devil who walks the younger man to the black mass, which is not good at all. Horrifyingly at the dissimulation of everyone else, Deacon Gookin and Goody Cloyse, But Goodman Brown is “far darker in his soul than any of the others”. Whose names he finds ironic without realizing that his own is the most ironic. Because of that, it was “a dream of evil omen from Young Goodman Brown”. These are some of the pieces of irony that I found fascinating and really liked in the story “Young Goodman Brown”.