Golden Prey Symbols & Objects

John Sandford
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Darling's Farm

Darling has a farm that he loves. On the day that he is to ride with Poole to El Peso, the narrator says that he always gets up early because he is a farmer. In addition, his wife fits the image of the wife of a farmer. He takes care of his farm and invests money in it, His farm symbolizes the notion that villains have two sides and one never really knows their neighbor. It symbolizes Darlings nurturing side. In addition, it symbolizes the desperate economic condition of farmers. Darling loves to farm, but farming does not bring in a big profit, if it generates a profit at all. Therefore, it is possible that Darling commits crimes as a way to support his family and to be able to do the job that he really loves, farming.

Lucas' Mercedes

Lucas drives a Mercedes SUV...

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