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Beautiful Creatures

Beautiful Creatures


by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

Good vs. Evil Quotes in Beautiful Creatures

How we cite our quotes: (Date.Paragraph)

Quote #7

"Mortals, everything is so black and white to you." (2.4.37)

This is an ironic statement coming from Macon, given that his family of Casters is Claimed to be either good or evil on their sixteenth birthday.

Quote #8

"It's a whole lot more fun being Dark than Light." (2.11[3].86)

Quote #9

"Whether you choose to feed on blood or not, you are still a Dark Creature." (2.11[3].121)

Macon's brother claims that being Good or Evil is in your very nature—it doesn't matter what kind of choices you make.

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