Children of Eden: A Nove Symbols & Objects

Joey Graceffa
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Crystals

Everyone who lives in the underground community wears a crystal, which symbolizes their affinity for and connection to the Earth and nature. Rowan is given a crystal soon after her arrival and she still has it when she is in prison at the end of the novel.

The Camphor Tree

There is a single tree that survives in Eden, in the underground community where the rebel faction lives. The tree is a symbol of what the Earth was before the failure and of the need for a connection to nature.

The Circles of Eden

The city of Eden is laid out in circles, and the inner circles symbolize wealth and prosperity. The outer circles symbolize poverty and fear. The government is at the center and the innermost circles serving as home and community to the wealthy and the government officials. The outer circles are riddled with...

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