The School For Good and Evil Themes & Motifs

Soman Chainani
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Beauty Does Not Mean Goodness

The author uses the girls in the Good Tower and Sophie to prove that it takes more than beauty to make someone good.

First, the girls in the Good tower - with the exception of Agatha - are all gorgeous. They are initially described by Agatha as they enter the castle for first time. She says, “their faces, some fair, some dark, were flawless and glowed with health. They had shiny waterfalls of hair, ironed and curled like dolls…” (39). They are the stereotypical fairytale princess. Beautiful and supposed to be kind like the other fairy tale heroes always are. The author, however, is quick to disprove this expectation. The girls are ruthless, especially in the way they treat Agatha. They frequently call her a witch, and most of the time flat out ignore her. Agatha herself calls attention to their behavior when...

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