New York is one of the quietest places in the entire world, Sleepy Hollow. In this quiet town lives a man by the Name of Cohabit Crane. In the legend of Sleepy Hollow, Washington Irving uses physic al descriptions, actions and interactions to foreshadow the tragic ending of the livestock an d superficial Cohabit. Cohabit Crane is vividly described as a ridiculous and dorky man who happen s to be in love for shallow reasons.
His physical appearance is that he is very tall and skinny, with very long arms and legs, over sized feet, to the point that he is disproportions tee in size. His head is small and he has huge ears, large eyes, and a gigantic nose. He looks I eke a scarecrow. The girl he is in love is a beautiful and wealthy girl named Strain Van Tassel. She is described as “a blooming lass of fresh 18; plump as a partridge; ripe and m letting and reschedule as one of her father’s peaches, and universally famed, not merely Y for her tatty, but her vast expectations.
She was withal a little Of a coquette”. His SSH allowances is revealed when it says that “His heartened for the damsel who was to nine riot these domains, and his imagination expanded with the idea, how they might be area dilly turned into cash”. His main intentions for liking her are merely for her father’s land that h e owns and how much money he shall gain if he becomes a part of that family. Also, Irving shows how Scabbard’s actions and interactions are affected by his motives.