This essay discusses corruption especailly in relation to "I am the Cheese" written by Robert Cormier and the film "Witness."
Corruption is defined as the act of corrupting or in other words, the act of tainting, destroying fidelity or integrity, destroying morally, perverting or debasing purity. Corruption, in its many forms, is abundant in this world that we live in, so much so that it becomes the main theme of many films and novels, such as Witness or I am the Cheese. Both show many examples of corruption and they open our eyes to what is going on in the world around us. They also compel us to look more closely at governments and their agencies, and even at ordinary people on the street.
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- This essay discusses corruption especailly in relation to "I am the Cheese" written by Robert Cormier and the film "Witness."
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