All the Crooked Saints Themes & Motifs

Stiefvater, Maggie
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Darkness

All the Crooked Saints is a novel with quiet, insidious darkness in many forms, a collection of darkness that remind readers no one is immune to having darkness speak upon them and damper their lives. No character is safe from inner-darkness in this novel. Even Pete, the very example of a kind and light-hearted human, has darkness thrust upon him at the end of the story. His love for Beatriz brings her Soria darkness upon him, but this moment is quite telling in the large scope of the story. Pete's darkness, although inherited by love, solidifies the book's theme that every person has darkness. Every single person contains a fault and inner-thoughts that lessen their internal light. Pete represents a nice person. He is a kind soul who claims several times that he has no darkness in him and is not seeking a miracle. This helps...

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