*People hopelessly trapped in a world not of their own making-
*People who are largely invisible to the rest of us-
*People harassed by poverty and oppression who fall into morally compromised acts-
situations where tragedy is a consequence of others conscious political and financial decisions, regardless of the protagonists faults-
*People flawed, or perhaps just being normal while possessing both compassion and selfishness…this tragic/comic arc of character-
*As opposed to bad and good, consider the impossibility of circumstances - the imposition of, for instance, austerity on innocent people’s lives.
Consider the petty things of life and its losses set against the monstrous imposition of immoral economic exploitation -
Three Polish bakers in England doing honest skilled work. These men are all but invisible. Albert Camus, the French writer/philosopher wrote: Even if I had the opportunity of climbing to the very top of the ladder of evolution, I should still ask you to account for all the victims of life and history. I do not want happiness, even gratuitous happiness, if my mind is not at rest concerning all my blood brothers. from THE REBEL