Good Vs. Evil In Shakespeare's Henry IV

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The words “bad” and “evil” are correlated with one another as if they go hand in hand. However, the only parallels are the negative connotations that each word carry. Each word sends a different message, and in Henry the fourth Shakespeare shows these differences using theft and usurpation. This is shown through dramatic scenes through the entirety of the play. To have a better understanding of the words bad and evil; the definition for the word bad is of poor quality; inferior or detective and definition of the word evil is profoundly immoral and malevolent. The bad is the corruption of that surrounds Henry, while the evil is what is instilled in him. Theft is the action or crime of stealing and usurpation is taking someone’s power or opportunity

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