Why is Basta superstitious?
Personality. Basta is known to be extremely superstitious. He is also afraid of fire, after being burned right up to the shoulders when he burned down the house of a man who dared to refuse his daughter to Capricorn.
Who is Teresa in Inkheart?
Teresa “Resa” Folchart is the mother of Meggie and Dante Folchart, and the wife of Mo Folchart. She was accidentally read into Inkheart and lived there working as a scribe and was absent during most of Meggie’s youth there. Eventually, Mortola discovered her and, that being the law, was allowed to keep her as a slave.
Who is Elinor in Inkheart?
Elinor Loredan is a plump, elderly lady that lives in Italy. She is the aunt of Teresa Folchart who has a passion for books and has collected them her whole life.
What happened to the mom in Inkheart?
Resa was sentenced to execution by the Shadow for the crime of trying to help Dustfinger, a traitor to Capricorn. Resa is saved by the combined efforts of Fenoglio, Meggie, Farid, and Mo, and goes to her aunt Elinor’s to live with her family.
Who is silvertongue in Inkheart?
Mortimer Folchart, a well-known Silvertongue. A Silvertongue is a person who is gifted with the power to read people (including supposedly fictional characters) and items (things in general) in and out of books.
Who is Mortola in Inkheart?
Mortola is the mother of Capricorn, and is dubbed “The Magpie” by Fenoglio. She’s crafty and loves poison, and is furious when, at the end of Inkheart, the prisoners (Meggie, Mo, Dustfinger, Fenoglio, and the rest), suceed in killing her son Capricorn.
Who was Farid in Inkheart?
Farid in the film, portrayed by Rafi Gavron. At the end of Inkdeath we know, that Farid kissed Meggie in front of Doria, but is Farid in real in love with Meggie? We know that Meggie isn’t in love with Farid.
Who is Farid in Inkheart?
Is Resa meggies mom?
Teresa “Resa” Folchart is the mother of Meggie and Dante Folchart, and the wife of Mo Folchart. She was accidentally read into Inkheart and lived there working as a scribe and was absent during most of Meggie’s youth there.