The Eyes of the Dragon - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

Thomas has grown to be the spitting image of his father. Thomas is short and bowlegged, and he has the same trouble with his school work that his father once had. Thomas is not a good boy, but the narrator makes it clear that Thomas is not a bad boy either. Thomas is a confused and jealous young boy, convinced everyone in the kingdom loves Peter more, and that they all blame him for his mother's death.

Chapter 15 Analysis

Thomas is introduced in more detail. Thomas is the opposite of his brother, more like his father than his mother, causing comparisons to be drawn and for Thomas to feel as though he comes up short. This situation begins to illustrate the theme of sibling rivalry as the narrator describes Thomas's feelings toward his brother because of these comparisons. It should also be noted that Thomas feels as...

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