Vol. 23 (2000-2002)
No. 3 (2001)
Donna R. White, Arkansas Tech UniversityFollow
Looks at the interplay of social forces in Kendall’s fantasy trilogy and how conflict between good and evil is replaced by more realistic conflict between differing perspectives and solutions offered by tolerance and balance.
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