Good versus Evil
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The purpose of this paper is to introduce and discuss good versus evil in two works, "Young Goodman Brown," by Nathaniel Hawthorne, and "Hamlet," by William Shakespeare. The paper breaks down both works and discusses the conflict between good and evil in both works. The author concludes that despite the struggles between the characters in both stories and how evil seems to triumph over good in both stories.
From the Paper:"There are many contrasts in Hamlet. There is the good in Hamlet that turns to evil when he seeks revenge. His mother loved his father, but is turned by greed and ambition into a schemer who marries when the old king is barely in his grave. Ophelia is a good woman, but Hamlet tells her he does not love her, and she should go to a nunnery. Yet, after he finds out about her death, he raves that he loved her. Shakespeare loves to use plot twists and contrast to set up the endings of his tragic plays, and Hamlet is probably one of the best examples of the darkness of these twists and turns
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