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Hey all heres the paperread it to get ideas but remember its published now so you cant really use the same stuff Hehehe If you do and I find out I will never speak to u again cuz it took me like 11 hours total Email me if u like it My 1st draft is on another page but i still used some of that info Yea Fall From Grace is a bad title Rappaccinis Daughter Vs The Fall of Man Rappaccinis Daughter is a story about the human struggle to overcome the evil side of human nature Each character shows their good and evil side and in some way tries to battle the evil nature inside himself or herself Thus in this story Hawthorne tries to recreate the story of Adam and Eve only with many more complications The intermixture of good and evil within people can be examined through the relationships of the storys main characters The lovely and yet poisonous Beatrice the daughter of the scientist Rappaccini is the central figure of the story while her neighbor Giovanni becomes the observer participant and interpreter of the strange events that transpire within the garden next door It is Giovannis inability to understand these events that eventually leads to Beatrices death Giovanni is unable to see the world in nonabsolute terms for him things are either all good or all bad While he is quick to judge Beatrice he is unable to examine his own not perfect motives and thoughts During the story Hawthorne gives us many clues of Giovannis selfish and fickle nature He uses Giovanni and Beatrice to explore the impossibility of totally separating good and evil from the human character As the story begins one of the two major settings the ancient mansion of an old Paduan family is introduced to us It is described as high and gloomythe palace of a Paduan noble desolate and ill-furnished This description
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