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The Warrior's Path Themes

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Themes

The Struggle for Power

The struggle for power comes quickly into play in the story. Before anything is known of the kidnapped girls in the story it is seen that there is a clear struggle that is taking place between the different people in newly founded America. When the old Indian is seen by Kin, Kin knows that it may be a trap or that others may be following the old Indian that will kill Kin when he shows himself. There is a lot of detail given to the struggles between the different tribes of Indians and the role that white men play in this ongoing conflict. Kin explains that if you choose one group of Indians to befriend then you have automatically chosen others to be enemies with.

In addition to this there is a struggle for power between America and the King in England. This struggle seems...

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