East of Eden Essay | Student Essay

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Evil in East of Eden

Summary: This paper deals with the evil between the characters in East of Eden as well as how they affect one another.
East of Eden is an in-depth look at different people who are all related to one another and the effect they have on each other. Written by John Steinbeck, this book deals with good vs. evil in Salinas Valley during the early 1900's. It also displays the amount of evil that is in one family and how it grows among people. Caleb and Cathy are the main characters with evil boiling inside of them. Cathy, the most evil character, leads a different life in the second part of the book and changes her name to Kate. The book also describes Caleb's desire to become good. In the Trask family, primarily Charles, Cathy and Caleb, we see the work of evil and the effects these evil characters have toward each other and also toward the other Trask family members.

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