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The Black Widow Themes & Motifs

Daniel Silva
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Gray Area Between Good and Evil

As Gabriel and other intelligence officers turn to the same tactics the terrorists use to fight ISIS, it becomes clear there is no easy dividing line between good and evil. Rousseau tells Gabriel he had once believed he was evil because he killed people. Even though Gabriel knows his job is necessary to keep innocent civilians safe, he still worries that his children will believe that he was no better than the terrorists because he did kill people. Natalie additionally struggles with a decision to do evil or do good when she is faced with treating Saladin. These personal decisions of good versus evil all take place on the backdrop of the war between the Muslims and the Jewish.

As a paid assassin, it is obviously Gabriel’s job to kill people. In his case, the people he kills are people...

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