The Guineveres Themes & Motifs

Sarah Domet
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Faith Involves Waiting

The theme of faith involving waiting is seen throughout the book as The Guineveres wait for so many things to happen in their lives, yet continue to have faith that what they hope for will happen. In essence, the story of The Guineveres is very much about waiting. When they first come to the convent, The Guineveres all believe their parents will return for them some day. This is especially true of Ginny and Vere who write letters to their parents and are certain that they will one day be reunited despite the fact that Gwen and Win sometimes tell them to give up.

The Guineveres also have faith that they will one day be able to live normal lives outside of the convent. They imagine having husbands, careers, and families. While living in the convent, they often feel like their lives are on...

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