Symbol for Franco
This appears on the palm of Ávila’s hand and represents tyranny.
This object in the novel is revealed to be a map.
This object is used to hide two short-range bullets, one of which is used to murder Kirsch.
This object is used in the murder of Köves and represents death.
This object belonging to Kirsch represents the future of technology in transportation.
This object represents God in the novel. It was used in the creation of Winston.
Book of William Blake’s Poetry
This object in the novel leads Langdon and Ambra to the discovery of Kirsch's computer password. It represents the conflict between the church and science.
This object, used to initiate Kirsch's presentation, represents nostalgia.
Bottle of Morphine
This object in the novel represents redemption. It is used in...
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