Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen Characters

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The Queen is the protagonist of the novel, which focuses on her descent into vain madness after losing her abusive father and loving husband. When the Queen was a child, she lived alone with her widowed father, who despised his daughter for taking his wife's life during childbirth. He never missed an opportunity to tell the girl that she was ugly and useless. When the King visited the man's mirror making shop, he fell in love with mirror maker's daughter, the women who would become Queen. Moving into the castle, the Queen never felt such love and adoration. She enjoyed being a wife to the King and a mother to his four-year-old daughter Snow White. Since her father had died, she was now surrounded by those who truly loved her, who found her beautiful, and who respected her wishes. The Queen was deeply in love with her...

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