The School For Good and Evil - 1. The Princess & The Witch - 4. The Three Witches of Room 66 Summary & Analysis

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In the town of Gavaldon, a young girl named Sophie longs to be kidnapped by the School Master. The other citizens, including her own father, are preparing locks and uglifying their children to try and keep them from being kidnapped. Sophie, instead spends two hours beautifying before leaving to meet her self-proclaimed best friend Agatha and perform her good deed. She she sees herself as a princess, but is incredibly vain and arrogant. She passes her mother’s grave but refuses to look at it as she heads to Agatha’s house. Agatha is hideous compared to Sophie and does not understand why Sophie constantly pesters her. Sophie explains that two children will be kidnapped - one beautiful and full of good deeds, and one who is considered an outcast or evil. Sophie is convinced...

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