Premium Content The Essence of Ambiguity: The Paradox of Willie Stark and Dr. Sloper
By Daniel Dolgicer - February 16, 2005
Our society revolves around the question of what is good and what is evil. We usually characterize humans as essentially malevolent or benevolent. The world contains, however, a minority of people characterized by ambiguity, a unique emotional equilibrium that lets them be both good and bad. Throughout both Washington Square, by Henry James, and…
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