Delilah’s story is simply the story of a greedy, deceitful girl, right? Sure, that’s bad. But is it really bad? Is Delilah’s story bad enough to make her one of history’s Baddest Girls?
Answer these questions in the comments section below:
Delilah agreed to pretend to be in love with Sampson so that she could figure out his secret. So that makes her devious and a liar, right? And yes, she left Sampson in a terrible lurch. But do you think it’s her fault that he died? What if:
1. Sampson had been able to escape, would we all think that she was really bad?
2. What if Sampson’s friends rescued him? Would the story have been told?
3. What happened to Delilah?
What do YOU think? Does it matter? Is she bad as bad can be? Or are we judging her too harshly?
What’s worse: To lie? Cheat? Be greedy? To kill? To not save someone’s life?
Just tell us what YOU think in the comments section below. Every comment will give YOU a chance to win a diary. So write some answers, girls! We’ll announce the winner next week!
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Happy reading, girls!
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* Devious means to be sneaky and tricky to get your way, even if it means lying
* Lurch can mean a troublesome life situation that could be difficult to escape