The Guineveres Quotes

Sarah Domet
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Back then, I hadn’t yet realized that time had a way of providing the answers. Back then, I believed The Guineveres were all I had.
-- Vere (The Assumption)

Importance: This quote shows how important being one of The Guineveres was to Vere, and to the rest of the girls as well. The Guineveres all feel abandoned by their families, so they form a new family with their fellow Guineveres. The girls become like sisters to one another and their friendship is so important to them that they exclude other girls simply on the grounds of not being named Guinevere.

To The Guineveres the outside meant leaving behind our histories as throwaways.”
-- Vere (Penance)

Importance: The Guineveres are desperate to get away from the convent and this quote explains the reason. The Guineveres have all been left at the convent by family members for one reason or another. They do not receive letters from anyone, so they...

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