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Magician, Master Themes

Raymond E. Feist
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Themes

Good Versus Evil

Good versus evil becomes much more complex within this story. There are several different evils. The story is about two waring worlds, but in fact neither one of them is evil in description. The story is told by the people of the Midkemian world but when Pug is conditioned by the Assembly you find that he begins to feel the good in the Tsurani and feels as if that is his home as much as Midkemia. There are people on both worlds that cause a problem and would be considered evil from the story telling standpoint. In Midkemia Guy du Bas-Tyra is seeking the throne by whatever means necessary and kills Prince Erland because he wants the crown. In the Empire of the Tsuranuarnni there are many that want the war to continue, such as the Warlord, and the others that are striving to end the...

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