Good and Evil in The Bad Seed by William March
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This article analyzes the framework of good and evil in The Bad Seed by William March, with a focus on the characters of Rhoda and Kenneth. It explores the idea that evil is an inescapable factor of the heart, and that the novel covers a great deal of horror to surprise the readers at various points. The article also discusses the suppressed desires and violent efforts of young kids to achieve what they want from life.