Fantastic Mr. Fox Symbols & Objects

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Chicken

Chicken symbolize hope and victory in the novel. Chickens are raised and eaten by Boggis, and stolen by Mr. Fox. Boggis raises thousands of chickens in several different chicken houses. When Mr. Fox’s home is destroyed and he must feed his family underground, he tunnels to one of the chicken houses, where he steals three chickens. These chickens become the basis for the victory feast that follows.

Geese

Geese are a symbol of survival for the Fox family. Geese are raised by Bunce, and stolen by Mr. Fox. Bunce mashes goose livers into a disgusting paste which he then eats with doughnuts. When Mr. Fox is forced underground and must find a way to feed his family and the families of the other diggers, he steals numerous geese from Bunce’s farm.

Cider

Cider is a symbol of victory for the Foxs and other digging...

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