Born (Born Trilogy) Symbols & Objects

Tara Brown
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Farm House

The Farm House is a remote house that was Emma's childhood home. For her, it provides a link to her childhood and her family, and it also serves as a storage place for her secret stash of supplies.

Forest

Much of the area in which Emma and the others travel is covered by a thick forest. It can be both a comforting place of safety and a place of great danger.

Broken Oak Tree

A broken oak tree is at the edge of the forest on Emma's route between her cabin and the farm house. It serves as an important symbol for her because it is the place where Leo waits for her as well as the entry into the forest where she finds safety.

Cabin

Prior to the beginning of the book's plot, Emma has spent most of her time in a remote cabin...

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