A Court of Thorns and Roses Symbols & Objects

Sarah J. Maas
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Bow

Fayre's bow symbolizes life and death. At its most basic level it symbolizes life, as without the bow, Fayre and her family would starve and die. However, it also represents death. It is with the bow that Andras dies. Fayre stops using the bow once she becomes aware of, and comes to term with, the second representation.

Painting

Painting represents Fayre's unrelenting imagination and resolve. When she is either painting or looking at paintings, she is happy. Fayre is able to look through the paintings and see those worlds and care that went into each one. She is also able to look at the real world and imagine it as a painting so well she can paint it herself. Even invisible things, like an Attor, Fayre is able to recreate flawlessly on imagination alone.

Elain

Elain represents the easy and comfortable life. She is a bubbly...

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