Unmarked Themes & Motifs

Kami Garcia
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Hope

The motif of hope, including false hope, runs throughout the book. Many times Kennedy struggles with the hope that she is the fifth member of the Legion. For so long Kennedy wanted to be part of the Legion and at the end of Book One, when she finds that she isn’t the member of the Legion, it destroys any hope she has of fitting in. In Book Two, at Winterhaven, Kennedy doesn’t have much hope for being rescued or seeing the rest of the Legionnaires ever again. Furthermore Kennedy holds no hope of the Legionnaires coming back for her either.

Coming along with the Legionnaires gives Kennedy a small feeling of hope. Kennedy believes that if she travels along with the Legion that they will still see her as one of them. Even now Kennedy holds the hope that something will make her believe...

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