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Hi, Soman! Why does Agatha keep forgiving Sophie when she tries repeatedly to murder her? Does she have a type of Stockholm syndrome? Or is it because she is just forgiving? Is it because she doesn’t like being in a fight? Or she doesn’t have the energy for fighting? Can you help?
Also, can you come to Scranton P.A. on a day that isn’t Saturday?
It’s because Agatha is portrayed as truly Good AND because she loves Sophie as a friend very much. Remember – the Good forgive. Agatha seems to live by that rule.
Furthermore, I think you may have misunderstood Stockholm Syndrome. That is a syndrome of when a victim sympathizes for their captor and cares for them. Sophie hasn’t necessarily kidnapped Agatha and keep her hostage, so I wouldn’t use that term to try to define their relationship. Interesting question, though!
When I said Stockholm Syndrome, I meant a kind of it. It doesn’t mean Sophie kidnapped Agatha, but she has been held captive and mentally tortured in a way. Not exactly tortured, but remember book 3? I know the rules of Good and Evil. I just wanted to know, because Sophie is horrible to Agatha and Agatha forgives her every time. Sophie has literally tried to kill her twice. Would you forgive your friend if your friend did that?
Sophie only tryed to murder her two times, in the first book an in the third one. Also, Agatha tryed to abandon Sophie in the second book, when Sophie was completilly innocent, and this caused Sophie going back to evil. Sophie also sacrificed herself for Agatha in the first book.