Girl in Landscape Symbols & Objects

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Archbuilders

The Archbuilders symbolize the value of intersecting cultures. The Archbuilders are a peaceful and advanced species, with extraordinary linguistic and environmental capabilities. Clement recognizes the value of understanding their culture and biology, while Nugent maintains a firm grasp on his irrational hatred of them.

Household Deer

The household deer symbolize secret surveillance and escape form one’s sense of self. Pella becomes obsessed with projecting her consciousness into the bodies of household deer as a means of distracting herself form her grief for her mother. She uses the power to spy on other settlers, and she soon discovers that various other settlers may have also been secretly using the power.

Archbuilder Potatoes

Archbuilder potatoes symbolize ease and simplicity. The Planet of the Archbuilders is characterized by its consistently pleasant climate and the easy access to natural food. This food, referred to as ‘potatoes,’ was created by...

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