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Intrigue of Evil

In The Divine Intruder, James R. Edwards writes:

In imaginary works it is difficult to make virtuous characters as believable and attractive as bad characters. The villains of literature and screen—Captain Ahab, the boys who go bad in Lord of the Flies, Darth Vader, Norman Bates, Hannibal the Cannibal—all are, as a rule, larger figures, more gripping and more memorable, than are the heroes and heroines of even ...

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