The Bloody Chamber - "When I saw him look at me with lust, I dropped my eyes but, in glancing away from him, I caught sight of myself in the mirror. And I saw myself, suddenly, as he saw me. And, for the first time in my innocent and confined life, I sensed in myself a potentiality for corruption that took my breath away."
"I saw him watching me in the gilded mirrors with the assessing eye of a connoisseur inspecting horseflesh"
"watched a dozen husbands approach me in a dozen mirrors"
The Tiger's Bride - "This clockwork twin of mine [...] thrusts towards me her little mirror. I saw within it not my own face but that of my father, as if I had put on his face when I arrived at The Beast's palace as the discharge of his debt. What, you self-deluding fool, are you crying still? And drunk, too. He tossed back his grappa and hurled the tumbler away."
Wolf-Alice - "Her relation with the mirror was now far more intimate since she knew she saw herself within it"
"The lucidity of the moonlight lit the mirror propped against the red wall; the rational glass, the master of the visible, impartially recorded the crooning girl"
The Courtship of Mr Lyon - "You could not have said that her freshness was fading but she smiled at herself in mirrors a little too often, these days"
"Her trance before the mirror broke; all at once, she remembered everything perfectly"
The Lady of the House of Love - "The cracked mirror does not reflect a presence"