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A Court of Thorns and Roses Quotes

Sarah J. Maas
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They would remain until the bark ran out, then travel north past the wolves’ territory, and perhaps into the faerie lands of Prythian - where no mortals would dare go, not unless they had a death wish.
-- Fayre (Chapter 1 paragraph 5)

Importance: This quote sets up the setting for the novel, both talking about the forest itself, but also mentioning Prythian as a place no human wants to go. It acts as foreshadowing for two important pieces of the novel. The first is that Fayre will kill a wolf as all the food she needs has wandered into wolves' territory. The second is that she will end up in Prythian at some point in the near future. They author mentions Prythian here to offer intrigue to the reader, and make them wonder what will cause Fayre to end up in a place mortals never go.

We need hope as much as we need bread and...
-- Fayre's Father (Chapter 2 paragraph 11)

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