Objects & Places from The Snowman: A Harry Hole Novel

Jo Nesbo
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A Snowman

This symbol in the novel represents coldness - emotional and physical. It is also the calling card of the novel's antagonist.

The Letter

This symbol in the novel represents false suspicion. It represents a red herring in the form of Katrine.

Birte’s Pink Scarf

This symbol represents the love between Jonas and Birte. It is found on a snowman by the owner's son.

The Totem Pole

This symbol in the novel represents redemption.

An Electrified Loop

This symbol represents the medical technology to which the Snowman has access. It is used to behead a victim.

A Black Notebook

This symbol of deceit if found by Filip in Birte's desk after her disappearance.

A Calendar

This object in the novel symbolizes Harry's former relationship with his stepson and his wife.

Flag Tattoo

This image in the novel, found on a cadaver, is the indicator for Harry...

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