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Ariel Lawhon
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When I am finished, and only then, will you have the right to tell me who I am.”
-- Narrator - Anna (Fair Warning)

Importance: The narrator of the Foreword, assumed to be Anna Anderson, warns her reader that it is only after he has read her entire story that he will have the right to decide her true identity. She also warns the reader in advance that she does not believe he is brave enough to handle the truth.

The judges said that even though your death has never been proven, neither has your escape.”
-- Jack (Chapter 1)

Importance: After Jack has learned the results of the appeal, he tries to make senses of what the judges have decided. He finally comes to the conclusion that they have decided nothing.

This will be a legal marriage, enough to keep her in the United States once her visa expires in three weeks, but it will be a marriage of convenience only...
-- Narrator - Anna (Chapter 1)

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