Birds of the Master (Valerian) Symbols & Objects

Pierre Christin
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The Birds of Madness

These “birds” are symbolic of the Master's rule. They are not birds, but they have wings and fly. They look like monsters of some kind, and they flock to anyone or any group that is not performing as the Master wants. The Birds are also what caused Valerian's ship to crash.

The Klaar

The Klaar is the elaborate feast the workers prepare for the Master, and it is symbolic of his control over them. The workers are forced to stand by while the Klaar is served, then are allowed to eat whatever the Master does not want, which is a very small amount compared to what the Master consumes.

The Crash

Valerian is piloting their spaceship when they crash, and that crash symbolizes Laureline's belief that Valerian is capable of making a mistake on that scale. She is skeptical that something caused him...

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