Avalon High Themes

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Loyalty is a major theme in Avalon High. Webster's defines loyalty as: "a feeling of devotion, duty, or attachment to somebody or something." The definition perfectly fits the theme in the book. Many of the characters show loyalty in its many different forms.

Will feels attachment to his duty. He is the personification of the devotion to duty that typifies Arthurian literature. Will is a man who believes honor is important, he believes it is important to stand up for others and feels a responsibility toward maintaining peace and showing leadership. These are loyalties to duty and humanity. Will's actions also display the Arthurian ideal of chivalry, acts of honor, self-sacrifice, duty and loyalty against all odds. Will is loyal to his brother, his father, his team mates and his school mates. He also shows a great deal of loyalty, and maturity, toward Lance and Jennifer by telling...

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