Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West
"Evil is an early or primitive stage of moral development. All children are fiends by nature. The criminals among us are those who didn't progress . . ."
"I think it's a presence, not an absence," said an artist. "Evil's an incarnated character, an incubus or a succubus. It's an other. It's not us." (5.7.59-60)
"Sir," she said, "I think you are a very bad wizard."
"And you," he answered, stung, "are only a caricature of a witch." (5.4.78-9)