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posted 10 Aug 2005, 19:08 by sinclair, Commoner

If the Dunyain are as enlightend as the portend and they are above the trappings of a normal persons narrow paths. Then what paths do they follow? They either follow some Dunyain path, which no matter how narrow or wide clearly makes them vunerable, or they follow no path which leaves them with out reason. Therefore why would they have their secret society in the first place, which is bent on control. I als find the most curious charachter in the novel, cnaiur. He sees and understands the Dunyain, maybe not to any great depths his plans, but he does understand, and it strikes me his path is similar, but without the deciet. His driving factor is revenge, without that he would be nothing. Untill he found another reason. He is the example, khellus is the question. He wants power that much is clear. The training of his youth was bent to controlling others. But for what. Is what the Dunyain plan any better than what the consult plan. If they try to break te world free from their shackles and paths. Where will they be. If all men were Dunyain, the training of Dunyain would no longer have purpose. What reason would then be pusued. view post


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