A Conjuring of Light Quotes

V. E. Schwab
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My name is Lila Bard,' she answered, drawing her favorite knife, 'and I don’t give a damn.'”
-- Lila (Part 1:"World in Ruin," Chapter 1)

Importance: Lila says this line to Ojka as a way of introducing herself at their first meeting. This quote shows who Lila, one of the four main protagonists, is at heart. She is a fearless fighter who is ready to face anyone. It also reestablishes her love of knives. Schwab accomplishes all of this in just one sentence, with such finesse.

Because,' she said, 'bad ideas are my favorite kind.'”
-- Lila (Part 5: "Ash and Atonement," Chapter 1)

Importance: Schwab uses this line of dialogue, said from Lila to Rhy, in order to further develop the characterization of both protagonists. Lila lives her life surrounded by danger - such is the nature of being a thief and one of only three magical Antari. The quote above illustrates that Lila is excited by the life she leads - she...

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