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    Macbeth - A Good Guy

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    Macbeth - A Good Guy In the beginning of the play Macbeth was portrayed as a "good being" he fought for his country and for his king. Shakespeare describes Macbeth in such quotes as "for brave Macbeth-well he deserves that name" (pg. 38, line 16), and "What he hath lost, noble Macbeth hath won."(pg. 40 line 67). These types of quotes in the play seem to be placed with the so called "Good guys" when they achieve or accomplish something that is great. The thoughts of killing the king only

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    good guys and bad guys

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    dying people, then you're forced to send them back across the Border . Are you "good" or "bad"?  What about if you are being paid to bring illegal immigrants over the Border , then halfway it's too hard to bear so you are forced to abandon them. Are you "good" or "bad"?  Now imagine you live in Mexico and the economy is completely shot, in desperation to help your family you illegal cross the American Border .  Are you "good" or "bad"?  Immigration policy has been a topic of profound debate throughout

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    The Good Guy Rules

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    They always refer to themselves as, “The good guys,” (McCarthy 66) and try to not become evil. They see things like cannibalism as evil, and would rather go hungry than succumb to this evil. The father constantly tries to keep the child’s eyes away from the gruesome scenes that characterize this environment. When thinking of themselves as the good guys they keep from doing any wrong. Erik J. Wielenberg puts it best when he lists the rules of the good guys. He lists them as follows: "1. Don’t eat

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    all of his money in the world to Marmeledov's family after his death? Who befriends and supports Sofya? Who time and time again defends his sisters honor and safety? Can the reader call this man murderer, shun him, and cast him out, make him the bad guy? Or must the reader be forced to see the suffering Raskolnikov is inflicting upon himself, the acceptance that what he did was evil, his urge to confess to the world what he had done. Must the reader in the end admit that this horrible criminal is human

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    television. The average child watches about two and half hours of television a day and witnesses twenty violent acts on those television shows each hour. In most actions movies, there is always a bad guy and a good guy. From observation of children, most children would prefer to be the bad guy because “the bad guy gets to the cool stuff,” as one child told me whom I was babysitting when I asked him why he wanted to be the evil monster in Power Rangers Dinothunder movie. What kinds of problems is this causing

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    being an outcast to his fellow ranch hands. In the novel, Candy seemed to have a very good friendship with his dog, though his dog was one of his only friends at the time. The friendship between Candy and his dog was ruined when the other ranch hands shot his dog because they thought it was a nuisance and it had no point. In the book, John Steinbeck gives you the impression that Candy is an all around good guy and can make friends easily. Steinbeck gives you this impression by the characteristics

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    Buffys Deeper Meanings

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    Ever since Stoker wrote his highly publicised novel in 1897, Dracula has had a large effect on today’s society. The classic good versus evil morals that Stoker introduced in his book is highly evident in many television programs presently reaching out to a wide range of audiences. The series involving Buffy is based upon this very theme. Gellar plays the heroine, the good guy (or girl) that must defeat evil at all costs. While she is sexy, sleek, exceptionally strong and wears the right clothes –

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    Response to Literature In all genres and styles of writing, character dependencies are developed. The good guy always depends on his friends, the bad guy never depends on anything except evil. Such dependencies are developed in JRR Tolkien’s Fellowship of The Ring. The most prevalent of these is the one between Bilbo and Frodo Baggins. These two characters are brought together and bonded in a variety of ways. Frodo was always fascinated and interested in Bilbo’s telling of experiences and adventures

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    the story to a much rounder character with many complex parts of a personality by the time the story was over. But the common denominator within his character in all parts of the story was that, despite his stature as a "good guy" or a "bad guy", Macbeth exhibited absolutely no good qualities as shown in Seven Habits. When the witches foretold of his destiny, Macbeth did not Begin with the End in Mind. Hewas not proactive in helping his destiny come to pass, having his wife actually scheme to assassinate

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    television, in the movies, and even in some modern literature we see characters falling within those same old categories of "good guy" or "bad guy".  Life would be much easier to figure out if human beings were so definitely good or bad, but we're not.  Four hundred years ago William Shakespeare wrote a play that presented characters how human beings truly are, neither all good nor all bad.  Hamlet is a play twisting and turning so much in human emotion that at times it almost seems to come alive and

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