Essays on Villain

Corruption Of Christianity: Dracula

In Dracula, Christian values are always present and portrayed by the protagonists. Therefore, the fact that the Count is constantly corrupting and acting against the protagonists, just as any antagonist would do, is very significant because it is a direct attack to the beliefs of Christianity. He represents all what is considered evil by Christian...
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A Series Of Unfortunate Events By Lemony Snicket: Monsters In Literature

A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket, what began as a best-selling book series quickly developed into a hit Netflix series with a near perfect Rotten Tomatoes score. A creatively fictitious twist on three young siblings’ journey to escape custody from their evil uncle Count Olaf. What begins as an upper-class Baudelaire family living...
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The Real Antagonist In A Wizard Of Earthsea

Somebody once said, ‘that you don’t really understand an antagonist until you understand why he is a protagonist in his own version of the world,’. A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin is about the journey of a boy named Ged from a clueless little boy into a knowledgeable teenage wizard; going from...
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Peter Pan Is A Villain

You probably know the innocent fairy-tale of Peter Pan where he takes children at night to a land called Neverland where all young one’s dreams come true defeating Captain Hook every step of the way. The story was originally written by James Matthew Barrie in 1904 but through generations, the story has been told differently...
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