Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen - Study Guide Chapters 9 & 10: The Maker of Mirrors & The Shattering of a Soul Summary & Analysis

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Hearing the Queen's scream, the King rushes back into her chambers to find her weeping on the floor. Without admitting that she has seen her father's face in the mirror, the Queen further explains the scars of her father's abuse. Her entire childhood, he told her that she was ugly, worthless, and unlovable. She vowed to forget her past and start afresh with the King but the mirror makes that impossible. Without a word, the King wraps up the mirror and sends it far away from the castle. The King embraces his wife and vows his undying love and affection for her, but a few days later, leaves yet again to join his troops in battle. Months pass and the Queen feels depression darkening her soul. Not even Snow...

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