Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen - Study Guide Chapters 3 & 4: Mirror Mirror & Apple Blossoms Summary & Analysis

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With the King gone, the Queen dedicates all her time to caring for Snow White. She organizes picnics in the woods and breakfasts in bed. The pair spends a good amount of time visiting Snow White's mother's grave, as the Queen is conscious of Snow White losing a connection to her birth mother. At every turn, the Queen's lady-in-waiting, Verona, seems to anticipate the Queen's needs: drawing her a hot bath, laying out her favorite clothes, preparing the perfect meals to cheer her when she misses her husband. One afternoon after taking a long, hot bath, the Queen emerges from the tub and is startled to see a man's face reflected in her mirror. She tries to convince herself that it's a trick of the light, but when the man's face speaks, the Queen nearly passes out with fear...

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