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Mirror Mirror Themes

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Themes

Innocence

There are multiple instances of innocence presented in the narrative. Bianca de Nevada is most decidedly innocent because of her sheltered upbringing at Montefiore. Bianca has limited social skills and a lack of exposure to the workings of the real world leaves her vulnerable on all sides. One episode which bears out this assertion is when Bianca attempts to befriend two young peasant girls. The girls shun Bianca because of her station in life. They are uncomfortable with the idea of interacting with someone outside their social class. Bianca is unaware of the basis for the girls' rejection because she has no experience with such feelings. Being so well-protected by Don Vicente thus proves to be a disadvantage. From her birth, Bianca de Nevada is surrounded by people who love and care for her. Thus, she is without the necessary defenses to counteract the cruelty with which she...

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