Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen Topics for Discussion

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What is the value of beauty in "Fairest of All"? What is the difference between inner and outer beauty? Which is more important to the characters in the novel? Why? How does it affect their lives? Does the message of the novel always coincide with the Queen's beliefs? Be sure to include examples from the text to help strengthen your arguments.

In a nightmare, the Queen's father says to her, "You have always been like me. A part of me lives within you: you share my blood. We are bound by that and the magic of the mirror. Part of my soul is in you" (Page 204). In reference to the plot, what does he mean by this? How does this statement affect the Queen? In the end, is the Queen's father right? Why or why not? Be sure to include examples from the text to help strengthen...

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