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The World of Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time

Authors:
Robert Jordan (author), Teresa Patterson (co-author), Ellisa Mitchell (illustrator), John M. Ford (illustrator), Thomas Canty (illustrator) and Todd Cameron Hamilton (illustrator)
Language:
English
Original language:
English
Publisher:
Orbit Books
Categories:
Encyclopedia and fantasy
Publication year:
2000
Original publication year:
1997
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Table of Contents:
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  • Preface

Section 1: The Wheel and the Power

  • 1: The Wheel and the Pattern
  • 2: The One Power and the True Source

Section 2: The Age of Legends

  • 3: The Age of Legends
  • 4: The Fall into Shadow
  • 5: The Dark One and the Male Forsaken
  • 6: The Female Forsaken and the Darkfriends
  • 7: Shadowspawn
  • 8: The Breaking of the World

Section 3: The World Since the Breaking

  • 9: Formation of the White Tower
  • 10: Rise and Fall of the Ten Nations
  • 11: The Second Dragon and the Rise of Artur Hawkwing
  • 12: The Reign of the High King
  • 13: The War of the Hundred Years
  • 14: The New Era

Section 4: The World of the Wheel

  • 15: The World After the Breaking
  • 16: Shara
  • 17: Seanchan
  • 18: The Exotic Animals of Seanchan
  • 19: The Sea Folk Islands
  • 20: The Aiel
  • 21: The Ogier
  • 22: The Ways
  • 23: Tel'aran'rhiod

Section 5: Within the Land

  • 24: The White Tower
  • 25: The Children of the Light
  • 26: The Military of the Land
  • 27: Andor
  • 28: The Borderlands: Shienar, Arafel, Kandor, and Saldaea
  • 29: Cairhien
  • 30: The Other Nations
  • 31: Holidays and the Calendar
  • 32: The Prophecies of the Dragon
  • Index

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