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A Darkness at Sethanon Themes

Raymond E. Feist
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Themes

Good Versus Evil

You find a very pronounced good versus evil theme. Murmandamus is the evil, as well as the Enemy. While Murmandamus is speaking to the people he is about to go to war with, he has a sweet sound to his voice as if he is offering something good. It leads the reader to believe that he is trying to seduce the enemy with magic. When they refuse to become part of his army he begins the battle. He is willing to sacrifice his own men. At one point he causes an explosion that kills many of his own men but does very little to the opposing side. He even offers to give up part of his men as a sign of trust at one point. He cares for nothing and no one. The whole planet will be drained of life if he is able to activate...

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