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Evil communications corrupt good manners 1 Corinthians 1533 In the world today evil people are all around us trying to convert us to be like them Evil twists the thoughts of good so evil will be more sinful Sometimes it is hard for good people to see the evil in others Throughout history this happens but most notably is Judas with Jesus and his disciples Judas was a person who turned Jesus in and destroyed many peoples lives by getting them persecuted In the play The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman Oscar starts out evil and in the end he doesnt change the way he acts Oscar is a man in his mid forties who acts racist cruel and a fraudulent Oscar shows racial prejudice against African Americans On page 250 Birdie is talking to Addie about the first time she met Oscar and Birdie says what she heard about Oscars family made their money charging awful interest to poor ignorant niggers and cheating them on what they bought Birdie says that Oscar grew up learning how he cheated black people Through out his life he has been taught racism and he never tries to end it Another example is on page 225 when Oscar is talking to Cal about hunting and Oscar he says If I ever catch a nigger in this town going shooting you know whats going to happen This means that if Oscar ever finds a black person using a gun he would more than likely kill him Oscars life he never outgrows racism Second Oscar acts cruelly to many things especially to his wife and animals Oscar treats Birdie with disrespect by commenting on her manner on page 203 by saying You have had too much wine Get yourself in hand now Oscar is trying to keep Birdie where he wants her which is not speaking at all He shows no respect for her at all On page 213 Birdie
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