The School For Good and Evil #3: The Last Ever After Themes & Motifs

Soman Chainani
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Happiness With One’s Own Self

The author uses the words of Lady Lesso, the doubts of Agatha, and the determination of Sophie to prove the importance of being happy with one’s own self.

First, the words of Lady Lesso throughout the novel push Sophie to trust herself. When Sophie first sees her in the Dean’s office, Lady Lesso acts like she wants Sophie to end up with Rafal. However, she very clearly states, “each of us is afraid of being alone. Each of us has tried to hold on to love at some point in our lives” (155). As the novel reaches its’ climax, the reader learns Lady Lesso has been the spy for Good. Yet, Lady Lesso still wants Sophie to find her happy ending within herself. She tells Sophie that Agatha’s “happy ending will be (Sophie’s own, if you can let...

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