Things Fall Apart Essay | Evil in "the Iliad", "things Fall Apart", and "the Epic of Gilgamesh"

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Evil in "the Iliad", "things Fall Apart", and "the Epic of Gilgamesh"

Summary: I would like to explore the themes of evil that appears in Things Fall Apart, The Epic of Gilgamesh, and the Iliad as well as explain what evil is. I will also discuss the evil characters of Paris, Gilgamesh, and Okonkwo and compare their importence in the given story. I will then compare entities that embody and represent evil in their respective tales. In the end, I will explain why evil is needed to maintain a counterbalance of good. This will show how evil is important to society and to humanity.
Evil. One of the most terrifying words someone could say. Is it an embodiment of all wrong doing? Or is it a manifestation of what scares people the most? Is it a person? Is it an action? Can it even be seen? Or is it even real? According to the dictionary it is an adjective and a noun. Evil is like a disease that seems to spread from person to person. It is not always hereditary, but it does tend to spread to a child, through actions of someone else. Evil is actually anything that a person perceives it to be. Evil connects to that of good in a way that sustains our culture and humanity.

In The Epic of Gilgamesh evil tends to be in a undefined form. Evil is usually...

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