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Pyramids: The Book of Going Forth Themes

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The Need for Faith

The reader sees that faith is a strong theme in the book. The city, Djelibeybi, worships many gods. The main character in the story explains that the pharaoh is both the king and the god of the city that makes the sun rise, the waters to flood, and the corn grow. When the pyramid flips the city into another dimension, the reader will see that everything that everyone believes in starts to appear and become real.

There are many faiths that are talked about, and at one point in the story the reader sees that the other gods that other cities believe in are actually watching what is going on in Djelibeybi, although these deities don't actually appear. Dios seems to put most of his beliefs on the fact that people need something to believe in. He struggles against change, and the reader sees that...

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