All the Light We Cannot See Symbols & Objects

Anthony Doerr
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D-Day

The name given to the day that the war officially began.

Sea of Flames

What the guide at the Museum of Natural History told Marie-Laure and the rest of his tour group was behind a locked door, and twelve others beyond it. The guide tells them that hundreds of years earlier, a prince had found a blue stone from a dry riverbed and on his way back to his palace, was attacked and killed – stabbed in the heart. They took everything but the stone, still clutched in his hand. After ten days of unconsciousness, he suddenly wakes - the stone still in his hand. The sultan’s jewelers tell him that the stone is the largest diamond they’d ever seen. The stone is carefully cut and called the Sea of Flames and placed in the prince’s crown. A priest tells him the stone is...

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