Grace: A Novel Symbols & Objects

Natashia Deon
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Hazel’s Fire Poker

Hazel’s fire poker is a symbol of Naomi’s act of defending her family. Hazel had sharpened and prepared the fire poker in the chance that they would need to protect themselves. When Naomi saw the master shoot James and Hazel’s grief, she grabbed the poked and rammed the master without even considering what she was doing. When Hazel told Naomi to run from their house, she sent the poker with her because she knew Naomi would need a way to protect herself.

Bible

This Bible is a symbol of Naomi’s family. It is the Bible from which Hazel taught Naomi how to read. Hazel rescued the Bible from the fire where their master had thrown it and makes Naomi take it with her when she runs from their home.

Marks on the Wall

These marks on the wall represent...

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