Objects & Places from On Such a Full Sea

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Fish Tank

This is where a product is raised that is used to provide the livelihood for the people of a settlement. This is also a place where Fan works and feels most comfortable.

Water

This is a positive and a destructive force in the novel. It contributes to the economy of a settlement, and it also brings flooding.

Compound

This is where Quig treats people, and where Fan lives for a time after leaving her settlement.

Graffiti

This graphic medium appears around the settlement after Fan leaves. Officials quickly have it painted over.

Murals

These are something drawn by the girls and show scenes from their lives.

B-Mor

This is where Fan is born, raised, works, and meets Reg.

Fan's pregnancy

This is something that represents the hope that C-illnesses can be conquered since Reg, the father of the child, is C-free.

Necklace

This is something Master...

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