All the Wind in the World Symbols & Objects

Samantha Mabry
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The Underground House

This is the house Sarah and James dream they will have someday, and it symbolizes their desire for a safe place to be. In their dream, this house is underground so that only an entrance and a chimney can be seen from above, which is their way of hiding from the world.

Angus

Angus is a foreman at the farm near Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. He is symbolic of the cruel, over-confident man who is welding every bit of power he possesses. Angus jerks on the reins of his horse and when Sarah says he is too rough, he jerks harder. Angus allows James and some others to gamble without turning them in as long as they let him play.

Dust Storms

These pop up quickly in this barren world, and the characters are divided regarding their symbolism. Some believe they represent “fragments...

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