Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen - Study Guide Chapters 18 & 19: Dream Sickness & A Foul Possession Summary & Analysis

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The Queen dreams of Snow White running through the woods, escaping the Huntsman who has been sent to kill her. In the dream, Snow White screams in terror for her mother to help her, but there is no help to be had. The Queen wakes with a start, covered in sweat. She looks out the window to see Snow White diligently scrubbing the well, the meddlesome Prince nowhere in sight. A few nights later, the nightmare returns, except this time, the Queen imagines Snow White's corpse in the woods, and her heart hanging from a tree branch. For days, the Queen is bedridden, exhausted by her continued nightmares. Voices in her head demand that she kill Snow White if she wants to retain her title as the fairest in the land: "If Snow White lives, it will...

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