The Theme Of Pride In Jeffer's '

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Having too much pride can lead to difficulties in the future is the overarching theme of the book. This presents itself through both the conflict and the character development. In the beginning of the story, Ged is a proud wizard, who believes himself better than everyone else. He thought Ogion’s teaching methods were too boring and did nothing to help him. He thought he was better than everyone else at the Magic School at Roke, but this eventually led to a great evil being released upon the world. Because he wanted to prove himself better than Jasper, he tried to summon an ancient spirit, however, as his pride got the best of him, he summoned a shadow monster, and this became the central conflict of the story. After he summoned the shadow,

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