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Fairy Tale Themes

Cyn Balog
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Themes

Love

One of the most important themes in "Fairy Tale" is love as this concept drives much of the action in the novel. Morgan and Cam have been together since they were very young, and they use the secret code "one, two, three" to mean I love you since they were a couple while their classmates were still in the cooties stage. Morgan is distraught when she sees the grotesque vision of Cam's back, fearing he is dying and worrying she will lose him, but she is more upset when she learns he is a fairy and must leave her forever to become king of Otherworld. Though Pip and Dawn insist fairies are incapable of love, Cam loves Morgan, refusing to believe he is a fairy if they are incapable of love. Morgan plots to save Cam from going to Otherworld because she cannot imagine who she would be...

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