The Queen of the Night - Act I: The Curse: Chapter Three - Seven Summary & Analysis

Alexander Chee
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Lilliet recants her story as The Settler’s Daughter. She explains that she arrived in Paris with her traveling circus at the age of 16. She confirms that she does not speak in the future because she believed she was damned as a child. This is a byproduct of her mother’s treatment of her as a young girl. Lilliet continues her story by going back to the very beginning of it all.

Her parents met as Methodist settlers when they arrived and made their home in what would become the state of Minnesota. Lilliet - who does not use her name once throughout the entire memory - loved to sing the hymns. However, she admits that she had no faith in God, a fact that frequently angered her mother. To try and combat Lilliet’s singing, which...

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