What are some major themes of The Bronze Bow?
The most important theme is that of forgiveness and love. Daniel is entirely ruled by his emotions and his need for revenge; he is driven by anger and not thinking about the larger consequences of his actions. For example, when he and Rosh's bandits attack Roman forces, the Romans take it out on the villagers because they cannot find Rosh and his people. Over the course of the novel, both through his friendship with Joel and Thacia and through the teachings of the...
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