The Blue Sword Themes

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Growing Up

A major theme within the novel is the growth and development of the main character, Harry Crewe. In the beginning of the story, Harry is an adventurous girl who has lost both parents over the course of her life. She dreams of adventure, loves horses, and often feels differently than those around her. She is prideful and stubborn, as well, although she does care for others. When she moves from her Home to the harsh desert of Istan, she is not fearful, but looks forward to the changes. When Harry is kidnapped by Corlath and his people, Harry shows again her ability to adapt as she manages to maintain her dignity and command respect. Although she doesn't understand why she has been taken, she also does not act in a way that would jeopardize their opinions of her. Further, as Corlath teaches her of her kelar, and...

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