Bone Gap Symbols & Objects

Laura Ruby
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Night Mare

The black horse magically shows up in Finn's barn one night and he doesn't know where she came from. Finn takes Petey for rides on the mare at night and names her Night. Symbolically, the horse represents nightmares instead of dreams because she takes him on mystical trips to dark places. that he could never imagine and would have never experienced without her.

Bees

Bees are associated with the feminine in life because of the roles of fertility, growth, and survival. The queen bee rules the colony of workers and she is responsible for taking care of the other bees and the hive overall just like the typical role associated with women. Bees all work together for the benefit of the hive just live people in a family do. Bees also produce honey which is associated with the sweetness, nourishment. Petey and her mother raise...

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