A Court of Wings and Ruin (A Court of Thorns and Roses) Symbols & Objects

Sarah J. Maas
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High Lady

This designation of "High Lady" is symbolic of the relationship between Fayre and Rhysand, which is stronger and more loving than most High Lords experience. Some berate Rhysand for bucking tradition by having Fayre named High Lady – a position that has never existed until now. Others realize the power of having a couple who are equally powerful and equally responsible rather than a strong male and a subservient female.

Tattoos

The characters of this novel use tattoos to symbolize various bonds and bargains. Fayre has several, including those that bind her to Rhysand and those that signify the bargains she strikes with the Bone Carver and with Bryaxis.

The Mating Bond

The mating bond represents the true love that exists between some faeries, including between Rhysand and Fayre, between Elain and Lucien, and between Miryam and Drakon. The bond is explained in more detail in...

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