Enna Burning Themes

Shannon Hale
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One of the most important themes in "Enna Burning" is the theme of friendship. This is particularly important in the fourth part of the novel which focuses on Enna's role as a friend. In the beginning of the book, Enna thinks of the time she spent in the city with her best friend, Isi, and she turns to Isi for advice when Leifer has difficulties controlling his fire-speaking abilities. During the war, Razo and Finn accompany Enna on her missions to burn Tiran supplies and keep her safe, and after she is imprisoned by Sileph, they risk their lives trying to rescue her. While Enna is imprisoned, Isi also faces the danger of sneaking into Eylbold, disguised as a Tiran woman, in order to warn Enna of Sileph's people-speaking skills and to explain why they cannot rescue her through a story. Determined to show her loyalty to Isi...

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