Revenge Of The Sith Analysis

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The Force Will Lure You in Star Wars Fans
Revenge of the Sith is a great read for Star Wars fans and for teenagers that like a great Sci-Fi adventure. “Star Wars, Episode 3, Revenge of the Sith” is written by Patricia Wrede. This novel is the 3rd episode of the Star Wars epic saga which follows Anakin Skywalker as he struggles to cope with the duty of being a Jedi Knight and the role as the secret husband of Senator Padme Amidala. An exciting novel that features the creation of Darth Vader and the birth of Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia. Nearly 3 years have passed since the beginning of The Clone Wars. The Republic, with the help of the Jedi, take on Count Dooku and The Separatists. With a new threat rising, the Jedi council sends the
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The entire Star Wars series evolves around the battle of the forces of good (the Jedi) and evil (the Sith). One of the major recurring themes is the power of evil to overcome good, no matter what the intentions. Another theme is power. There are really 2 categories of power in the Revenge of the Sith. The power of The Force and then there is your regular types of power in daily life, independence and the ability to make decisions based on your own thoughts. The last theme is trust. In order to make Anakin lose faith in his beloved Jedi, Chancellor Palpatine works to take away his trust in Obi - Wan and the Council. This effectively isolates Anakin and paves the path for his change to the dark side. Good vs Evil relates to teens because all teenagers like the good and the bad guy, and it’s up to you to choose what side you’re on. The theme power relates to teens because many of them like to think that they have to ability to do whatever they want. And the last theme is trust. The theme trust relates to teens because most will eventually go through something that is hard for them and they need to know that they can trust someone to talk about it and to figure the problem

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