Role Of Justice In Shirley Jackson's The Possibility Of Evil

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People are fascinated by justice and injustice, whether you are mature or immature, to the degree that it could drive some people mad. The story, “The Possibility of Evil” by Shirley Jackson, tales the tale of one such women who had become so entranced by getting rid of evil by serving them justice, that she went rather delusional with what she had probably intended to do at first. That woman, Adela Strangeworth, was quite the prominent figure in her town and she felt she had to do something when she thought she sighted evil. However, she began to radicalize her views of evil and as such her sense of evil and how it should be punished greatly from denizens of the town. “The Possibility of Evil”, by Shirley Jackson, showcases how justice can
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