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    8w Brisingr Summary

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    8W Brisingr presentation Brisingr was published September 20th 2008 and is of the fantasy genre. The story takes place in an alternate reality’s medieval times in a land known as Alagaësia. The main characters, Eragon and Saphira, are on a quest to release the land from the iron fist of Galbatorix. Eragon and Saphira the dragon are joined in the story by Arya the elf, Orik the dwarf, Roran Stronghammer, Murtagh the traitor, and the Dark King Galbatorix. Eragon is the central character and is Saphira’s rider. As such, their minds are connected. Eragon is brave and skilled in sword fighting and magic. He occasionally acts without thinking, which usually plunges him into dangerous situations. He makes…

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    Abuse Of Power In Literature

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    and the Forsworn are an example of this. Though they are ultimately victorious, the Forsworn do not succeed without having to deal with consequences. “Once the dragons realized that thirteen of their own were seeking to eliminate their race, they banded together and wrought the Banishing of Names” (Meijer Web). This act is horrendous for the dragons of the traitors as, “the thirteen were reduced to little more than animals... Word by word, the spell obliterated everything that defined them as…

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    Eragon Character Analysis

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    What Has Been Lost An impossible task. The challenge of defeating an undefeatable king. An old-time hero is thrown into an epic journey with a younger, slightly clueless hero. “So...it starts again. However it may be, my station is unchanged” (Paolini, Eragon 98). The storyteller Brom states this when he first lays eyes upon Eragon’s dragon, Saphira, who exists in the novel Eragon by Christopher Paolini. Eragon is the main character in the story. Paolini opens the reader’s emotions to allow…

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    Eragon is the classic coming of age story but with a spin of fantasy. The 15-year-old Eragon from Christopher Paolini’s “Eragon” Is originally a poor farmer boy living a relatively comfortable life until he gets thrown in a world of magic and secret rebellions. This shows that he can adapt easily. He also faces great danger in his adventure and this shows that he is extremely brave.Eragon also had many difficulties in his path to revenge against the ra’zac and could have easily given up. This…

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    Because this is medieval times, male dominance is a very common occurrence, mainly due to strength being of huge value, and men are frequently stronger women. This is why elves play an important role, because while what was just stated is true for humans, there is no difference for elves. In the third book, Brisingr, Arya, an elfish woman chastises Eragon, a human male, for trying to treat her like a human female. Elves can also have a king or queen. Islanzadí was the queen of the elves before…

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    discussing in any length. In any movie, details are important, yet when making a film from a book, details are the most crucial part of creating a decent film. Therefore it is no wonder why Eragon the movie, is regarded as one of the worst book to film adaptations ever. The producers, writers, and directors all cut corners in order to produce a single flick, that should have been cut into at least two if not three films. In doing so, they cut out key moments in the books plot, they casted actors…

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