The Little Red Chairs Themes & Motifs

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Evil

The novel uses the character of Vlad and his interactions with others in order to portray the theme of evil and human’s seemingly natural attraction to it. In the novel, Vlad is essentially pure evil; he has the blood of thousands of innocent people on his hands and does not seem to care about anyone other them himself. He also does not seem to feel any remorse, as when he does think back to the Bosnian conflict, he thinks about himself and his friend K instead of the thousands of people who perished in the Siege of Sarajevo. Regardless of the evil that is within Vlad, people still followed him during the war. This is because humans are naturally attracted to evil, whether they know it is evil or not. The soldiers under Vlad’s command seemed to know exactly what they were doing when...

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