Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen - Study Guide Chapters 22 & 23 & Epilogue: The Crone, the Clearing, and the Cottage & The Cliff Summary & Analysis

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The Queen sneaks out of the castle and rows a boat into the swampland surrounding the forest. She climbs the Seven Jeweled Hills to the dwarves' home and while making the long hike, is greeted by the three sisters, ominously waiting for her in the road. They shout words of encouragement and announce their pride as the Queen hastily makes her way to the cottage where Snow White now lives. She knocks on the front door and is immediately filled with hatred with the beautiful young girl answers. The Queen uses all her charm to convince the young girl to take an apple by convincing her that they are magic: whatever the girl wishes for will come true when she takes her first bite. Snow White smiles...

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