Lord of Chaos Topics for Discussion

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The consequences of power is a constant concern for Robert Jordan. Discuss a few examples of such consequences in LORD OF CHAOS and how these relate to a perspective towards power in general.

In some ways, LORD OF CHAOS and THE WHEEL OF TIME is a story of good versus evil. However, Jordan frequently blurs and complicates this distinction. Cite a few examples where good and evil are not so easily defined, be it a particular decision, event, or character, and how this fits into a larger view of morality played out in the series.

Describe Rand's mental state in the book, and if it progresses, how it progresses. How does Rand's mental state function in the book, both in Rand's characterization and in the larger drama being played out?

How does Robert Jordan handle Point of View in the novel, and why might...

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