Trickster's Choice Themes

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Friendship

Friendship is one of the major themes of the novel "Trickster's Choice" by Tamora Pierce. Friendship occurs in many places of the novel, between many different characters at different times. Friendship plays an essential role in the novel, helping to structure and lead to the explosive climax of the plot.

When Aly arrives at the Balitang household as a slave, she is without a single friend and ally. Her sole purpose is to escape and return home, but as the days wear on, she makes a good impression on some of the slaves and free servants, including Chenaol. Chenaol takes Aly under her wing and protects her. At Tanair Castle, as the days go by, Aly grows closer to, and ultimately befriends the four Balitang girls, including Sarai and Dove. The friendship here transcends the line of master and slave. Indeed, Dove looks up with such reverence to...

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