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^I've been thinking of other "Swan" related things and one thing I thought of is the term, "swan song," which is a metaphorical phrase meaning the last effort/performance before death or retirement. So I wonder if the writers have already planned how they want the show to end... with Emma bringing back the fairytale world but at the cost of her own life. Also, a "swan song" is alluded to in Aesop fable's, "The Swan Mistaken for A Goose." So it also has roots in fables and fairytales. Whether or not this they end up true I find it fun hypothesizing about what the different meanings of characters names/stories/ect are. Apparently, I have too much time on my hands!
Oh btw, when I said swan princess in my post #337 I should I have said, do you think she is suppose to be the swan princess from swan lake? Swan lake is technically a ballet but it has it's roots in Russian fairytales. So it's sort of plausible.
"It is ever so much easier to be good if your clothes are fashionable."
Anne of Green Gables
by L.M. Montgomery
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