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    a hero, a whistleblower and a traitor. His disclosed information have driven arguments on mass surveillance and government confidentiality. The article talks about Snowden’s choice of disclosing the documents should be noticed as a heroic or villainous. “The U.S. government has always had to balance the need for data collection about potential threats

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    enemies during his battle with the traitorous Thane of Cawdor. But when you think about it that sounds like the cherry on top of the frosting on a chocolate coated vanilla cake. Basically it can be seen as mincemeat compared to others of his very villainous acts. If you were not counting, varying in importance

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    Villainous Iago of Othello            Who can compare in depth of evil to the villainous Iago in William Shakespeare’s tragic drama Othello? His villainy is incomparably destructive on all of those around him.   Iago’s very language reveals the level at which his evil mind works. Francis Ferguson in “Two Worldviews Echo Each Other” describes the types of base, loathsome imagery used by the antagonist Iago when he “slips his mask aside” while awakening Brabantio:   Iago is letting

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    Iago’s Use of Language and Villainous Behavior in Shakespeare’s Othello In Othello, Shakespeare forms the villainous character, Iago through his complex language. Iago shows his evil nature towards Roderigo through his use of demeaning animal imagery. Iago also uses an extended metaphor to try and trick the ignorant Roderigo and (unknowingly to Roderigo), insults him. Lastly, Iago uses repetition to beguile Roderigo to keep paying him. Iago’s slyness is clearly seen through his deceiving

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    life of her daughter; Cathy. Heathcliff is viewed a villainous figure as a result of his obsession with revenge, becoming more violent as the plot progresses. Frequently, Heathcliff comes across as a very violent character, uttering various threats and his violent acts. He illustrates that he lacks pity and sympathy when he hangs his wife and Isabella’s dog; thus, demonstrating one of his violent acts and validating the aspect of him as a villainous figure. Although Heathcliff basically engages in war

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    "they'd never do her" and he agreed as Lennie "usta like to hear about it". on the other hand, the dream may have been created for Georges benefit and selfishness. Therefore, through George’s dream Steinbeck highlights both heroic and potentially villainous attributes of his character. In the last scene, George murders lennie not through an evil intention but a mercy killing. Steinbeck creates a paradox as George intends to kill lennie however George portrays being cruel to be kind. Steinbeck's

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    Literatures Villains Every great plot in literature has a victim, villain, and venerable. Over the course of the year we have engaged in several alluring novels and stories that contain some of the most villainous characters in all of American literature. Iago from Othello was a master manipulator who used others to commit his mischievous plans. Abigail from The Crucible lied to save her reputation and get what she wanted taking anyone in her way down. Daisy from The Great Gatsby selfishly made

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    Julius Caesar: A Villain

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    was ambitious” (JC, 3.2. 28). After Caesar’s death, Antony avenges Caesar’s death when he said his funeral oration speech and got all the citizens to see that Caesar did not deserve to die. Both Antony and Brutus have villainous and heroic traits; however, Brutus is more villainous than Antony, because he went behind Caesar’s back and killed him. The most obvious reason as to

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    that Shakespeare’s villains themselves are victims of entrenched social prejudices. Tybalt and Lords Capulet and Montague may be seen as tragic characters who were driven into villainy by a family feud. Juliet’s cousin Tybalt, is one of the most villainous characters in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ as he is the cause of multiple adversities such as Mercutio’s death and Romeo’s banishment. Tybalt is belligerent and quarrelsome and constantly picks fights and adds fuel to the fire that is the feud between the

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    The Uncertainity of Death

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    Professor Morrie Schwartz who is just on the bridge between life and death. He gives us another realization that we shouldn’t fear death for it is not this be all end all concept, that it may be the opposite of life but shouldn’t be considered a villainous ego and that death is needed for it is the great equalizer in nature. The misconception that some people may have that causes them to fear it is that it’s this be all end all concept it’s like you would never have had existed. Some religions and

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