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Full Wolf Moon Symbols & Objects

Lincoln Child
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The Moon

The moon is a symbol that is seen throughout the entire novel and it represents a change in the natural order and that a murder is about to happen. Every time Jeremy learns of a death, or there is about to be a death, the full moon is mentioned. It is described as "bloated and yellow" at the end of Chapters Ten (63) and Twenty-Three (142), right before or after a death has been revealed. The moon also prompts Dr. Feverbridge's and Zephraim Blakeney's transformations. These transformations - especially Dr. Feverbridge's - disrupts the natural order of things. In turn, the moon represents the disruption of the natural order once a month. However, the moon is also representative of science since it is mentioned in relation to several different science experiments and NASA missions. The moon is both supernatural and natural, seeming to occupy a space of...

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