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Good and Evil

            In a battle between good and evil who triumphs? Does good prevail with its noble.
             ways, or does evil with its cunning, corrupt methods? The idea of good.
             triumphing over evil is a theme that occurs in all art forms. In films the.
             damsel in distress motif is common; fairy tale endings are favoured among.
             today's society. Musicians have been captivated with the idea of the dark side.
             against the world of good, and have composed pieces incorporating the struggle.
             between the two. Brahms' fourth movement in his Symphony No. 3 in F major allows.
             for the projection of darkness and brightness through the instruments. Writers.
             in all genres lean towards this struggle, for example Shakespeare's King Lear or.
             Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The themes of good and evil.
             are appealing and create stories of romance, adventure and sorrow. The clash.
             between the two is frequently used. However, what is the cause for this clash?.
             In the pursuit of triumph, evil often uses malicious devices to defeat good. In.
             Shakespeare's Othello and Mordecai Richler's The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz.
             the importance of good versus evil is explored through the motifs of morality,.
             reputation and chiaroscuro.
             The morals of an individual determine whether good or evil is found inside. The.
             characters in both Othello and The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz have their.
             own set of morals. They follow these morals whether or not they are good or.
             evil. The character of Duddy Kravitz found in The Apprenticeship of Duddy.
             Kravitz is morally bankrupt. He lives to make money in order to buy his land and.
             justifies his horrible actions with pathetic excuses. His stealing of Virgil's.
             money is just one of his acts. After stealing the money he justifies himself by.
             explaining that he should not have been left alone to do so. His lack of morals.
             is the cause of his mental breakdown, and his failure in the end of the novel.
             Another character in this novel is Simcha Kravitz, the Zeyda of Duddy.

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