Taran Wanderer Themes

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Search for One's Identity

Identity means many things to many people. To some it is simply a name or a title. To others it is a career. To more it is a heritage. Taran is unclear what his identity is because Taran had been abandoned as a child and therefore he did not know who his parents were. To Taran, his identity is wrapped up in the knowledge of who his parents might be. Taran hopes to be of noble birth because he desires to marry a princess, but is willing to find out the truth even if it brings certain disappointment. However, through the course of his search, Taran learns certain truths about himself that he finds not only disappointing but also dishonorable and less than noble.

Taran proves to be a great leader, a brave soldier, and a kind man throughout his quest, but never finds out...

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