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After the First Death Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Stone

As proof of Sedeete's capture, Artkin asks to have a stone from his rooms delivered to him on the bridge.

Tape

Miro uses masking tape to cover the windows to keep them from being visible to the snipers.

Phone Taps

The general has his personal home phones tapped to keep track of Inner Delta communications. Among these taped conversations, the general hears many of his son's private conversations.

Drugged Candy

Artkin has bags full of candy that has either been injected with or dipped in a drug meant to sedate the children during the ordeal of the hijacking.

Lunches

Kate has the kids eat their packed lunches on the bus to help keep them occupied during the hijacking. This later becomes a problem when the children become ill from the drugs.

Pail

Artkin gives Kate a pail to have the children use as a bathroom during the...

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