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The False Princess Characters & Character Analysis

Eilis O'Neal
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Characters

Sinda Azaway

Raised as a princess named Nalia, Sinda is told soon after her sixteenth birthday that she is actually the daughter of a weaver. She doesn't object to being sent away and accepts her new life of poverty and hard work without a fight. This lack of self-esteem is an important part of Sinda's personality and is part of the reason she has trouble harnessing her magic once it is manifested. After her aunt points out that Sinda simply left the palace without an argument, Sinda considers the situation and realizes her aunt is at least partly right. As her magic becomes more powerful and Sinda feels less in control of that power, she takes the initiative to return to the city to seek training. Even then, Sinda is willing to accept that she's not welcome in the palace and that she's owed nothing for the years she...

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The False Princess from BookRags and Gale's For Students Series. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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