The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three Setting & Symbolism

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Ka

Ka is one's destiny or fate. A person must act in line with one's ka and cannot fight against it.

The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower is the focus of Roland's quest. The Dark Tower represents many things to Roland and to others throughout the series. It is both an unattainable goal and an obsession for Roland. He is willing to sacrifice everything in order to attain this goal, including those he forms close friendships with.

Roland's World

Roland's world is described as a place where everyone has moved on. Roland is one of the last in a line of gunslingers, men trained in the art of gun fighting. In Roland's world, there is very little technology and most basic goods, such as paper and glass, are very expensive. Roland is often shocked by the abundance that he sees in other worlds. Roland's world serves as a...

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