Entwined Setting & Symbolism

Heather Dixon
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Sugar Tongs

The sugar tongs are magical. They were left behind by the previous King. Now, Azalea and her sisters use the tongs to put sugar cubes in their coffee, tea and other drinks. The tongs snap shut when one of the girls tries to put too many sugar cubes in her drink.

Handkerchief

The last night Azalea visits her mother before her mother dies, Mother gives Azalea her handkerchief. The handkerchief is embroidered with her mother's initials. The thread used for the initials is made of real silver. The silver in the handkerchief is what Azalea uses to open the secret passageway in the palace that leads to the silver forest.

Silver Forest

The silver forest is in the secret passageway the girls find below the palace. It is set up just like the grounds and the palace, but it is made of silver. The silver is...

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