Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen - Study Guide Chapters 20 & 21: The Huntsman & The Hag and the Apple Summary & Analysis

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The Queen paces her chambers waiting for the Huntsman to arrive. She longs to approach the mirror again but she knows his answer will remain the same until Snow White is dead. When the Huntsman finally arrives, she quickly launches into her plan: the Huntsman will take Snow White into the forest to pick wildflowers. While the girl's back is turned, he will kill her. To be sure the Huntsman has done his job, the Queen hands him a wooden box - the same box that once contained Snow White's letters - to bring back the girl's heart. The Huntsman is horrified but knows that if he disobeys the Queen, it will be his own heart in the box. As the Huntsman lures Snow White into the woods, the Queen again paces her...

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