Glass Sword Quotes

Victoria Aveyard
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Of course I know others have died, for the cause and for me. But I’ve died too. Mare of the Stilts died the day she fell onto a lightning shield. Mareena, the lost Silver princess, died in the Bowl of Bones. And I don’t know what new person opened her eyes on the Undertrain. I only know what she has been and what she has lost, and the weight of it is almost crushing.
-- Mare (chapter 3)

Importance: This quote introduces Mare’s struggle to find her identity. She is no longer certain of who she is, and the identities she has been given by others have been destroyed. The quote also centralizes loss to her character – she feels as though her suffering is now all that defines her.

I have become more, more than we could ever have dreamed. It frightens me.
-- Mare (chapter 5)

Importance: This quote further highlight’s Mare’s inner conflict...

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