A Knight of the Word Themes

Terry Brooks
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Good versus evil is easily seen in the story as central theme. The main way that this theme emerges is seen in the conflict that is described between the two opposing forces, the Word and the Void. The ones that are ultimately controlling these two groups are never explained, but it is seen that those working for the Void want the ultimate destruction of humanity and are called demons. There is never a mention of angels working for the Word, but it seems that the tatterdemalion creatures seem to be almost angelic. The feeders are another force that work for the Void and they are described as frightening creatures that live for the emotions that are given off when humans are being killed.

Another way in which the theme of good versus evil is shown is within John Ross. He is struggling with what he wants...

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