Okay, So I was thinking, In stardust, the reader can see many similarities in older fairytales what makes one good and the other evil.
So the basic meaning of good and evil is still with us, but today the postmodernism has changed the meaning a bit, maybe made it more critical.
Many say stardust is a postmodern fairy tale, how do you think the meaning of good and evil changing is portrayed in the book?!
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