Parallel Journeys Themes

Eleanor H. Ayer
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Good vs. Evil

The conflict of good vs. evil is common in literature simply because it is common in life. Most human beings are capable of both and are able to live with the qualities in a balanced mode. However, there are times when extreme people or extreme circumstances force evil out into the world and good people are hard pressed to counter it. This is definitely the situation with Hitler and the Third Reich. Hitler embodied a form of evil never seen before as he wreaked hell on earth for so many people. For a long time the good people were essentially powerless to fight him but ultimately good did prevail and evil was vanquished.

It may never be known why Hitler had such a core of evil and how he was able to conduct such atrocities in the world. Most normal people could never even conceive of...

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