Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West
"No," said Two again, "no, I'm afraid we mustn't express undue interest. We may not listen and we will not tell Sarima what we hear."
In the end, Elphaba left them, drooping. (220.127.116.11-69)
"Everything is undocumented," said the Wizard, "but I believe Sarima and her sisters are all dead."
The Witch's breath caught in her chest. The last hopes of forgiveness gone! (5.4.41-42)
Her first true motherly feelings were of incompetence and of being blithely ignored as inconsequential. She could not understand how the human race had ever managed to develop past a single generation. (18.104.22.168)