Bone: Out from Boneville Themes

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Good vs. Evil

The battle of good versus evil is a common theme in any form of children or adult literature. In this book, the fight between good and evil is symbolized by the battle between the red dragon and his forces, and the hooded one, and his minions. Those on the side of the red dragon are often those with traits most others would find appealing. Fone is extremely friendly and innocent, and appears to be the target of the dragon. Thorne, a friend to all, is also on the side of good, as are the other forest animals such as Ted, Mz. Possum, Mz. Hedgehog, and the others. Grandma Ben has clearly fought against the evil forces of the hooded one previously in the "big war" as she calls it, and fought along side the dragon, although their relationship now seems strained. Lucius appears to be on...

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