Daughter of the Blood Themes

Anne Bishop
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Innocence

The story revolves around a twelve-year-old girl called Jaenelle, who is an incredibly powerful witch, but at the same time an innocent child. One side of her is Darkness incarnate, capable of doing incredible and seemingly impossible things. This is the kind of power that frightens people. The other side of her is a typical child - naive, curious, adventurous and just beginning to explore everything that life has to offer. The author explores the ways in which these two sides of Jaenelle merge and clash. She seems to ask the question. Can great power ever co-exist with innocence or will it always corrupt it?

Jaenelle at first appears to be quite a normal twelve-year-old girl. She is adventurous and insatiably curious, constantly wondering at what she sees in the world. She likes to explore and loves being introduced to new things. When she enters Hell for the...

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