Clockwork Angel (The Infernal Devices) Themes & Motifs

Clare, Cassandra
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A Sense of Self

Most people know who they are and where they come from, but a person who struggles with either aspect of that information often has self-identity issues that cause an array of problems, including a lack of self-esteem or fear of themselves. The problem is sometimes compounded by the fact that the person may not have close connections, which makes them feel they have to face their fears alone. Tessa fears she has no identity, and her fear is created by the fact that she is very much alone and compounded by the fact that she can literally change into someone else. She has very little information about her past and her power, which makes her fear that she may not even be the person she sees in the mirror.

The lack of information is high on Tessa's list of problems and she wants...

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