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Today's post is devoted to the least favourite characters in literature: the villains.😡 Although if I have to be honest, I'm very fond of villains since from a writing perspective they do have the dramatic function to enhance all the qualities of our hero and bring the juicy part of the story, don’t you think?😊😁 I was doing some research for a paper and I ran into the category of the VILLAIN. I started digging the web to get info and I found out that critical theory has been very unfair to character in stories.
In classic stories or fairy tales, villains, as Propp said, are clearly depicted as they build up the image of the evil with ugliness, darkness and a black heart. In other words, a "bad guy" wishing to cause harm or to benefit him(her)self even though it causes harm to others. Dragons, beasts, monsters and selfish women/men have been referred to as “villains”. In modern/ posmodern fiction, morality boundaries are blurred and villains (and heroes) are humans. Both are neither good nor bad they are simply humans: strong and vulnerable.
In this whole search I came across with villains who are actually victims of a dreadful society such as the Joker; villains who are deep inside the heroes such as Mr Hyde; and villains who simply by being the Other, strangers or different are “bad”. I’d like the idea of blurred spaces in literature because it allows us to experience the reading act in with critical eyes.
So, who is your favourite villain? I’d love to hear you 🖖👇 .
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