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The Devil and Miss Prym is the story of struggle between light and darkness that exist in every soul The author of the novel Paulo Coelho tends to explain its relevance to human beings lives In the story with a terrifying test its searched if human beings are good or evil Chantal who is the chosen victim of the test explains whatever happened recently to the villagers After this explanation she thinks that inhabitants of Viscos will perceive the real evil She believes that villagers arent capable of killing someone for money She is also proud of being able to save village from Evil Then Chantal talks to a group of people gathered around the van She notices that all of the village have wrong impression about what they have already talked and about herself Inhabitants have chosen her not the stranger to blame Chantal feels puzzled because of what she had dreamed of and what she had found The only person in the village who knows what happened during the week is an old woman called Berta So Chantal tries to find out what to do by talking to her Berta proposes Chantal to leave the village for a while Viscos is like a small world with its inhabitants their different lives and routine events The only difference is that in this world eveybody knows each other In Viscos there are no children and youngesters This makes everything in village stay still and monotonous There are particular places where inhabitants get together such as a bar in a hotel and a square They talk about usual things like weather hunters and fields Life in Viscos continues in a routine way Different and strange things rarely happen Villagers have got used to this condition and they are not willing to change As Berta says Viscos is a place where everyone knows exactly what is going to happen from one day to the next and
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