So, where’s Helen: A review of Gaither Stewart’s The Trojan Spy

By Case Wagenvoord
Review of Gaither Stewart’s book, The Trojan Spy
Dandelion Salad
11 July, 2010

There is no line that separates good and evil, no threshold over which one steps.  Rather a long tunnel connects the two, a tunnel that moves from the brightly-lit chamber of the good towards the black abyss of the evil, a tunnel in which shadows deepen as we move closer to the abyss.  We all spend time in these shadows, but most of us are equipped with a moral gyroscope that is constantly pulling us back towards the light.  For some the pull is not strong enough and they plunge into the darkness of madness, criminality.  Or they become CEOs.

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