Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen - Chapters 13 & 14: Envy & Innocence Charmed Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 & 14: Envy & Innocence Charmed Summary

With a spectacular return to the public eye, the Queen dresses in her finest clothes, embraces her daughter, and throws a massive party. In the days that follow, the Queen enjoys her newfound confidence, but finds herself ornery and quick-tempered on days when she forgets to consult the mirror. And so it becomes a ritual that each morning when she wakes, the Queen demands to hear that she is the fairest in the land. All goes well until one terrible day when the mirror admits that the Queen is no longer the fairest, Verona is. Unfiltered rage boils in the Queen's veins and she feels an impulse to kill her best friend. During her breakfast that afternoon, the Queen glares at the rest of the servants, wondering if they, too, find Verona more beautiful. In a desperate bid for her father's...

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