Objects & Places from The Girl Who Drank the Moon

Kelly Barnhill
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The Bog

This setting/symbol represents the creation of life in The Girl Who Drank the Moon. It is situated along one side of the Protectorate and is the main source of the inhabitants' food and products.

Hope

The novel explores this concept and emotion through many characters, but it is through Ethyne that it is proven to be the power to overcome Sister Ignatia.

The Forest

This setting in the novel is regarded as a place full of threats and evils. It lies on one side of the Protectorate.

Sorrow

It is this emotion that is thematically played out by Sister Ignatia. She has buried this emotion and has turned to eating off of it to survive.

The Council of Elders

This powerful entity in The Girl Who Drank the Moon symbolizes oppressive forces and control.

The Fog

This symbol in the novel represents the loss of...

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