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The Eye of the World Topics for Discussion

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There is a symbol at the beginning of each chapter, and most of these symbols repeat for different chapters. Discuss the significance of the symbols and how they portend events within the chapter.

Only the very last part of the book is from Moiraine's point of view, her personal thoughts are otherwise hidden from the reader. She may be acting for the greater good or she may have a hidden agenda. Discuss whether Moiraine is a benevolent force acting for the greater good or if she is conspiring towards her own goals or the goals of the Aes Sedai.

Many of the names used in the novel bear a resemblance to figures from Christianity, Greek mythology or the King Arthur legend. Identify the names and their counterparts and discuss the significance of the similarities.

Discuss the parallels between Rand and Logain. What do they...

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