Respond to the following concept: "Find a scene in the book where a character looks into a mirror, or something similar, and sees his/her reflection. Explain the reaction and what we learn about the character in this scene. What do they learn about themselves, and how will it affect the choices they may be making in the last part of the novel?" Use at least two examples from Chapters 13-19 (cite by page number) that support your explanation.
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Answered by Aslan
Sorry, but this is only a short answer space. Your question is very detailed.