Don Giovanni Response Journal II

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Don Giovanni Response Journal II Anneliese Antonucci Don Giovanni actions speak louder than his word. He seems and is perceived in a smarmy way. Actions done by him are a result of his ego. The need to feel superior is very prominent in character. This need is possibly a result of being a peasant and having being looked down upon. Flaunt of his wealth is one of the main ways he seems to make him self seem better. Raping women would illustrate that he has a need for power. Power and superiority seemed to be extremely important to Don Giovanni. A result of this needs forming probably stems from a low self-esteem. People have who know the real Don Giovanni such as Leporello realize that he is not worth anything. Leporello thinks poorly of his master because of his past actions. Shouting in Don Giovanni’s ear, Leporello says, “The life you are leading is that of a scoundrel” (pg.99). There seems to be no envy or desire from Leporello to have Don Giovanni’s life. Everything comes at a cost and
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2009 for the course FYS 101 taught by Professor Rodgers during the Fall '08 term at Simons Rock.

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