Objects & Places from Fantastic Mr. Fox

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Tail

This object symbolizes frustration. This object becomes lost when one of the farmers' gunshots connects with this object as the farmer's target dives back into his family's dwelling near the beginning of the story. This object is picked up from the ground and tossed away in a fit of anger at its significance.

Boil

This object symbolizes the disgusting hygiene habits of Bean. In addition to deafness caused by never cleaning out his ears, Bean is also described by the narrator to have this object on his skin. Bean scratches at this object frequently while he speaks.

Tree

This object symbolizes treacherous deception. Each of the farmers hides behind one of these objects in an effort to catch Mr. Fox unawares at the beginning of the narrative.

Silence

This object symbolizes a lack of options. During a particularly dark period in the narrative, the Small Foxes ask...

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