9 From the Nine Worlds Symbols & Objects

Rick Riordan
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Thor

Thor symbolizes the recurring atmosphere of opposition to authority in this book. He appears in every story, and whenever he does, he is presented as oblivious or foolish. Furthermore, the book ends with Thor realizing he has forgotten to turn on his fitness tracker. Since gods connote power and authority, portraying a god in this way presents authority as flawed.

Hearthstone’s Runes

Hearthstone’s runes represent Hearthstone’s fear of isolation. Hearthstone is deaf, and he uses his runes to communicate with others. When Hearthstone learns of an emergency, he disregards everything and leaves to solve the problem. The only thing he brings is his bag of runes. This shows that Hearthstone feels helpless without his runes as a means of communication, thus suggesting that Hearthstone fears being isolated and not being able to talk to people.

Heimdall’s Phablet

Heimdall’s phablet represents the...

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