Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen - Study Guide Chapters 1 & 2: Rose Petals, Kisses & Cake, Dragons and Knights Summary & Analysis

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The novel opens on the scene of the King and Queen's wedding ceremony. Flowers are draped over the stone well and the castle's grand staircase in celebration. Hundreds of attendants help dress the beautiful bride who seems to have come into the King's life by magic. The bride stands alone in her room admiring herself in the mirror. She cannot believe how happy she is: she's marrying the man she loves, becoming a mother a beautiful little girl, yet there's something in the mirror that she cannot shake, a negative feeling threatening her happiness. Her lady in waiting, Verona, and the bride's new daughter, Snow White, enter the room to tell her stepmother how beautiful she looks. The new Queen's heart melts at the sight of Snow White, only four-years-old, her perfect little...

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