Forge Symbols & Objects

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Boots from the Redcoat

At first, Curzon believes it is a good omen that the boots from the British soldier fit him perfectly. Later, the boots cause trouble for Curzon when John Burns, a man who is hateful to Curzon, decides he wants them. Burns finally has Curzon beaten so he can get his boots from him.

Spoons

These spoons are symbolic of Curzon’s ability to retaliate when he believes he is being treated unfairly. He reasons it is okay for him to steal these spoons from Trumbull because Trumbull never pays him any wages that he owes him.

A Raggedy Felt Hat

The raggedy hat is symbolic of Curzon’s father. Curzon cries when he realizes he has lost this hat while fighting the British. It was his father’s hat.

The Ribbon

This ribbon is symbolic of Isabel. It is among the items that...

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