What is the key lesson or moral that the reader learns from the book Cinder by Marissa Meyer?

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The novel Cinder has numerous overlapping themes. Each reader can decide if the author’s primary purpose is to communicate a moral. Cinder, although a cyborg, has the emotions of a human being and she tries to do good in the world. She only learns late in the novel that she...

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