Incarceron Themes

Catherine Fisher
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Freedom

The theme of freedom is the main drive in the story. Each of the characters is searching for a way to be free of what imprisons them. Incarceron in the story is a prison. Gildas, Attia, Keiro, and Finn are all looking to escape this prison. The ever seeing eye follows the people as if it were a prison guard that never sleeps. Later in the story the characters find that their lives are actually being written down in books as they occur. There are rules that must be lived by in the prison. Since there is seemingly no way to leave Incarceron the people confined within this confine either live by the rules of Incarceron or are killed. There are many characters seen in the story that appear to believe there either is no way out or doubt that they are in a prison. Despite these doubts...

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