How Breaking Bad’s Walter White redefines modern evil

From The Globe & Mail

In Hell, as conceived by John Milton, Lucifer’s pernicious deeds are never seen. Indeed, they are barely heard, as the rebel angel tends to squish into toads’ and serpents’ bodies to whisper maledictions and very bad ideas.

 

Yet he always sounds sweet, and seductive; he is a heavenly being, after all.

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