Re: Snape: evil or not evil?
- From: wadkin2000@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: 28 Feb 2006 14:11:51 -0800
R Black wrote:
Snape is not evil in the sense that L.V. is but he has his own
agenda. Make no mistake, the two most powerful wizards are
Snape and Voldemort but Voldemort does not know it yet.
Snape's ultimate gift is in hiding and he hid from everyone but DD.
Blon Fel Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen wrote:
I've been collecting people's views on this subject for some time
now, and here are the two opposing lists at the moment...
SNAPE IS EVIL SNAPE IS NOT EVIL
Drusilla 2000 Man
Eggplant Alex Clark
G.J.W. Arielle Arlan
Jim Hawkins Babble 'Letters 2d'
Joseph R.Moore Blon Fel Fotch PDS
Kami Brent Braten
Kish Brian Tung
Paul W.Lints Jr. Bubbly Babs
Slys Noodles Catherine Johnson
Thom Madura D.M.
Tim Peters David Harmon
Troels Forchhammer Dr.Tim
Mary Beth HP7
Tamar (Richard Eney)
If I've misrepresented anyone, or left anybody out, then please don't
get upset, just write in and I'll update the lists appropriately.
Blon Fel Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen
I said this in a previous post: When I think of evil (and other similar
adjectives), I think of Voldemort. I don't think of Snape. When I
think of cruel, I think of Snape. Some might disagree and say there's
no difference between the two, but IMO, there is. Even if Snape IS on
Voldemort's side, or has his own agenda, from what I've read in the
books so far, "evil" is not a word I would use to describe him. I can
think of many others, but that is not one of them.
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