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A Tale of Magic Themes & Motifs

Chris Colfer
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The Importance of Hope

People need hope and those in terrible situations are especially in need of hope for a better future for themselves and for others like them. The characters of this novel express that need for hope and Brystal Evergreen is hopeful based on several situations. These situations include an opportunity to spend time at a library where she can read, the chance to hone her magic in a place where she will not be judged, and the chance for all magical people to be free of persecution.

The Southern Kingdom is an oppressed place where women have no rights and are expected to become wives and mothers. Brystal has been chafing under the rules for most of her life but she has been able to console herself by reading books that her brother Barrie brings her. The moment Barrie passes his exam to become...

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