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Moral and Ethical Issues, A Comparative Study

Summary: Describes how literature has impacted our society in a great many ways; it reveals of our faults, and our triumphs, assists society in defining our moral values and ethical views. Explores some moral and ethical issues about choice through several short stories: "Sonny Blue's," "Cathedral," and "The Lottery," and two novels as well, "Fahrenheit 451" and George Orwell's "1984".
Control. Power. Decisions, who has the right to make them? Does the Government or a group have that right or does the individual have the right? Throughout history from our first book, the Bible, to our modern novels, literature has impacted our society in a great many ways; it reveals of our faults, and our triumphs, assist society in defining our moral values and ethical views. This paper will explore some moral and ethical issues about choice through several short stories: "Sonny Blue's," "Cathedral," and "The Lottery," and there will be two novels explored primarily; Fahrenheit 451 and George Orwell's 1984. The moral and ethical views that these books and short stories show us about our society today and the lessons that everyone could learn from them will be explored. To do this we must first understand the difference between morals and ethics. Morals are a person's individual view of...

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