Master of Fiends Essay & Project Ideas

Douglas Hill
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1. Because Hill casts the struggle between good and evil as a battle and presents the warriors as heroic figures, some people might argue that the author advocates violence as a good way to solve problems. Do you think this is the case? Find incidents in the story that support your conclusion.

2. Many writers present nature as a source of goodness and wisdom. How important are the powers of nature in Master of Fiends? How does Hill distinguish nature from the unnatural and the supernatural in his story?

3. Even though there are thousands of demons in Maeleccirik's horde, they eventually are defeated through the efforts of the humans. What is it about the demons' own behavior that contributes to their downfall? How is the behavior of the heroes different from that of the villains?

4. Hill has created a fantastic world in...

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