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Literature opens a dark window on the soul revealing more about what is bad in human nature than what is good This quote means that literature will show all sides to a person not just their good side It will show how evil a person maybe even though they may seem nice I would have to agree with this quote because in the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare Macbeth was once a noble man but the powers of greed made his true side come out In Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller Willie the main character may look like a nice guy but deep down inside he is a very troubled man In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare the setting is taking place at a military camp when it is thundering and lighting out Which you can automatically assume something bad is going to happen Three witches come out of nowhere and greet Macbeth with three prophecies which Macbeth then becomes very interested in One of the prophecies that catches Macbeth attention quick is the one where he shall be king hereafter Thats when the part of the play really brings out Macbeths evil side He is thinking that he can become king and he goes and kills the king but during the whole thing his wife Lady Macbeth is asking him is he a man or is he a mouse because he would not kill the king at first Which is ironic because after she herself cannot do it Because in act 2 scene 1 line 84 -85 she says Had he not resembled my father as he slept I had donet Which therefore proves the quote to be right even though a person may look nice they always have a bad side to them The second piece of literature I chose to use to support my opinion is the play Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller The conflict
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