The School For Good and Evil #3: The Last Ever After Symbols & Objects

Soman Chainani
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Storian

The Storian represents the stagnation of the fairy tale world. Due to the doubts Sophie and Agatha both have about their endings, the Storian refuses to write another tale. Because of this, the sun begins to die out. The only way to restore the Woods is for the Storian to complete Sophie and Agatha’s story and keep moving forward. Until then, the world as a whole is doomed to die.

Black Swan Gold

The Black Swan Gold represents deception. Lancelot himself says that “every black-swan has a single gold tooth at the back of its mouth- gold which has nefarious properties when it touches human skin” (403). By showing Sophie the name Tedros on her skin after she wishes for her true love, the ring made of this gold is leading her to eventually realize that Tedros is not her love. She returns to Rafal. The...

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