All the Crooked Saints Symbols & Objects

Stiefvater, Maggie
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Owls

While the owls literally tell readers a miracle is about to happen, they are also a symbol for knowledge. Owls have long been used as symbols for knowledge and awareness. They are known as all-knowing birds that are often wiser than humans. The owls in this story are no different. They fly around when they know something will happen. They understand that a miracle will happen before any of the humans do. A small detail about owls that readers may have missed early on is that an owl is what scares Pete while he is driving to Colorado. It is an owl that juts out in front of the car, causing Pete to swerve and get into an accident. This brings doubt that the own knew what it was doing and purposefully tried to put Pete in a position that he would need Tony to get...

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