Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen Setting & Symbolism

Serena Valentino
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The Castle

The Castle is where the King and Queen are married, and where the Queen rules over the land after her husband dies. The castle is a massive, cavernous building once filled with warmth and love of a beautiful new family. After the King dies and Queen descends into madness, the castle's description changes into a cold, hollow cave, reflecting the love lost.

The Woods

The Woods surrounds the castle, separating it from the rest of the land. When the Queen first arrives, she regularly takes Snow White on picnics in the woods and it represents a lovely, happy place for the girl. When the three cousins take Snow White into the woods, it suddenly becomes a dark, frightening place that Snow White dreads.

Apple Blossoms

Apple Blossoms are some of the most beautiful flowers that bloom in the land, and are especially revered because they are...

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