Comparison between the Rise of Adolph Hitler in WW2 and T. in "The Destructors"
In "The Destructors" by Graham Greene, the story focuses on a group of kids who appear to be innocent, but the ravages of war have left them devastated. They lived through the Second World War and are left to think that this type of destruction is acceptable. Trevor, the protagonist, is the newest member of the Wormsley Common Gang, and he is eager to assume a leadership role by making the gang more infamous. Trevor's actions and approach are very similar to dictators during the time of World War 2 as they both are: unpredictable, persuasive, and has an odd idea about right and wrong.
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