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Dark Magick (Sweep, No. 4) Themes

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Faith

The theme of faith is very important in the books. The Catholic Church that Morgan grew up in is compared to Wiccan. They are both religions that require faith. Morgan is putting her faith in Cal. Throughout the book, this misplaced faith gets her into more trouble. Similarly, Morgan's little sister is putting faith in a boy as well. The parallels between the different types of faith show how important it is to have faith in yourself. Morgan gets strength from putting her faith in the Goddess, and having faith in her own power. Her power comes from faith in Wicca. When Morgan realizes where she should put her faith, she becomes her most powerful.

Betrayal

The opposite side of faith is betrayal. Finding out who she can trust is the moral test that Morgan goes through in the book. She feels betrayed by her best friend Bree...

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