The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty Themes

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Seeking Love

Beauty has never been able to fall in love with her master and she wonders how it would feel to love one's master. She decides that she would enjoy loving someone and being loved and seeks love throughout the book. She shows an immediate interest in Lexius and determines that she loves him by their second encounter. She declares that she loves the Harem when they are pleasuring her. Both of these declarations result in naught. Beauty displays feelings of love during her encounter with Inanna and in her attempts to protect Inanna. After she is removed from the Sultanate, she frequently thinks of Inanna. Ironically, Beauty does not declare herself in love with Inanna who is the first person she displays love for. On the voyage home, Beauty and Laurent have sexual encounters, but she decides that she could never love Laurent. She opposes her previous...

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