The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three Themes

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The Quest

The quest is the dominant theme in this work. Roland is on a quest to the Dark Tower. His motivation to reach this place provides him with a reason for everything that he does. In taking on this quest, Roland is determined not to give up for any reason. Even as he makes new friends like Eddie and Susannah, he realizes that if the need arises he will have to sacrifice them to his goal.

While Eddie and Susannah do not originally know anything about this quest to the Dark Tower, they are quickly caught up in it as well. They follow Roland across his world in search of doors to enter new worlds and gain clues in their search for the Dark Tower. Roland is never really clear about where they are going or how they will get there, but Eddie and Susannah tag along willingly...

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