Finding Rebecca Symbols & Objects

Eoin Dempsey
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Christopher and Rebecca’s made-up language

In chapter 4, the author describes a language that Christopher and Rebecca have created for themselves. Apart from Christopher’s sister Alexandra, no one else knows this secret language exists. They speak using words that sound like gibberish to others, but to them makes perfect sense. For example, when Rebecca left a note for Christopher to meet her at the Lion’s Mane at 4 o’clock, she used the German word for four, but spelled it backwards.

Christopher and Rebecca’s own language came about from them having different fluencies, Christopher’s being English and German and Rebecca’s being French. They combined their knowledge and created words and phrases only they would know. The language is representative of the strong bond Christopher and Rebecca have with one another from a young age. In this chapter, the two are still young children...

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