Evil In The Short Story Of Miss Strangeworth

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Truly, Miss Strangeworth thought that the town’s people were corrupt and evil, but throughout the story the evil was really Miss Strangeworth. Miss Strangeworth made unethical decisions that led to hurt feelings among the people in her town. Miss Strangeworth’s intentions were to protect the town’s people from evil while her external actions create her own type of evil. Miss Strangeworth corrupted the relationships of the other people in the town toward one another and towards her. Miss Strangeworth’s character was flat and unchanged throughout the story while it was the other people in town who grow and change. Miss Strangeworth made unethical decisions that led to hurt feelings among the people in her town. She wrote mean and unnecessary…show more content…
Miss Strangeworth send a letter to Don Grane’s wife which would have took away the love of his life ruined their marriage, luckily Don intercepted the letter first. In return he destroyed the only thing Miss Strangeworth loved; her roses. In addition, she wrote a letter to Linda’s dad about her boyfriend Dave which made her dad disapprove off him. In the end, Miss Strangeworth botched the relationships of the town’s people. Miss Strangeworth’s character was flat and unchanged throughout the story while it was the other people in town who grow and change. Unquestionably, Miss Strangeworth did not change at all throughout the story. The town’s people grew and changed thought. All, the letter she sent change their relationships with one another. Some people started hating each other. Some people grew apart from each other. In conclusion, Miss Strangeworth did not protect the town from evil she brought the evil upon it. She changed many people’s perspectives of people and hurt many people relationships. Don Crane grew to hate her and return the favor to her by destroying her roses. All in All, Miss Strangeworth got what she
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