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The Bloody Crown of Conan Themes

Robert E. Howard
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Good vs. Evil

One major theme of this book is good vs. evil. The good is represented by the people of the kingdom. Often, a leader, queen or king, is good and treats the people well. In turn, the people are loyal to their leaders. They are motivated by good purposes; for example, the people of Khauran are peaceful and enjoy farming. Their leader, Tamaris, does right by them and rules with a kind hand. Conan also works for the good, since he fights against evil. He is not all good, since he kills and maims, but he does so with a rightful purpose. Conan is a good barbarian who roams the land fighting against dictatorship and unlawful annexation. On the good side, everyone works for purposes of right.

On the evil side, there is much wrongdoing. The killing does not come with mercy. Evil people hoard and engage...

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