Black Dogs Setting & Symbolism

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The Dolmen de la Prunarède

An ancient burial ground in France which today sits in a lush, gorgeous landscape. A dolmen is a large slab of rock propped on two others to make a low table; they were once part of ancient tombs. This particular dolmen overlooks the site of June's spiritual conversion, and the land she subsequently purchased while on her honeymoon. Bernard would often visit June and the children's full time residence near the dolmen, and Jeremy has fine memories of them all picnicking there together.

The Bergerie

The property and home in France which June purchased on her honeymoon. Although Bernard didn't live there regularly, she made a beautiful home for their children on the property. Jenny and Jeremy inherit the bergerie after June's death and spend all of their holidays there as a family.

Sympetrum sanguineum

The species of dragonfly which prompted...

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