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A Court of Thorns and Roses Themes & Motifs

Sarah J. Maas
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Forgiveness

The author believes that Fayre deserves forgiveness despite murdering Andras at the beginning of the novel. By the end, the reader sees Fayre has earned that forgiveness through three distinct actions by others.

Fayre is forgiven over time by all of the fairies. We know this for two distinct reasons. First, Lucien is willing to give her his dagger as a gift. Fayre says, “he reached for something at his side and tossed it to me. I had to fight to stay in the saddle as I fumbled for it - a jeweled hunting knife… I examined the blade in my hands. I’d never held one so finely crafted, so perfectly balanced” (166). Until this point in the novel, Lucien’s friendship with Fayre had been unsteady at best. They talked to each other, but he constantly reminded her of Andras who she killed. However, when...

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