The White Dragon Themes

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Coming of Age

The story is about Jaxom maturing and assuming duties of Lord of Ruatha Hold. While the story does not begin at Jaxom's birth or young childhood, it does focus largely on the point of his life where he begins the transition from a teenager with questions about his place in life and a man who has responsibilities. The story starts with Jaxom still being teased and harassed by those in Ruatha Hold about the size of Jaxom's dragon, Ruth, and other things. Jaxom commands respect from many of those people who teased or harassed him by the end of the story. It is also evident that Jaxom has issues with his place in life. The theme in his story focuses to an extent on the fact that he is too young to be the Holder of Ruatha and also he is not in a position to...

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