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Sapphique Themes

Catherine Fisher
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Good versus Evil

The primary plot throughout the entire novel is that of good versus evil. Biblical symbolism can be found throughout the book such as Rix telling biblical stories with his own twist. Finn has an inner struggle with good versus evil and so do each of the characters that are involved in the story.

The two worlds that exist in the novel are symbols of the sides of good and evil. Incarceron represents the evilness in the world. The realm symbolizes the good in the world. Even Claudia and Attia are symbols of good and evil. Attia is forced to use deception and her street smarts to survive and find Finn. Claudia leaves a good and sheltered life. She too resorts to some forms of evil, however, to win out against the queen and to stand up for Finn.

The warden struggles in choosing between good and...

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