The Power That Preserves Themes

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Good Versus Evil

The theme of good versus evil is shown in the war that is being fought in the Land. The people and creatures that are fighting on the side of the Land are kind and gentle and have taken the Oath of Peace. While they have the ability to fall or to show weakness, it is clear that they are the representation of good in the story. When Lord Foul and his armies are shown it is obvious that they represent evil. Lord Foul is associated with Corruption. Those that serve him are cruel and full of hate. They go beyond the necessary and seem to enjoy killing. One of the ravers that works for Lord Foul admits to killing off all the giants, with the exception of Foamfollower. The raver killed the men women and children in the giant village. The lesser creatures that serve Foul...

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