Hinds' Feet on High Places Setting & Symbolism

Hannah Hurnard
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Valley of Humiliation

The Valley of Humiliation is where Much-Afraid grows up, escapes from, and eventually returns in order to help those from whom she has fled.

Much-Trembling

Much-Trembling is the village in which Much-Afraid lives at the beginning of the story, and where she returns at the end.

The High Places

The High Places are the different areas of the Realm of Love. It is to the High Places that Much-Afraid sets out on a pilgrimage.

The Realm of Love

The Realm of Love is the Shepherd's Father's Kingdom, where "perfect love casteth out fear and everything that torments." It is in the High Places of the Realm of Love that Much-Afraid becomes Grace and Glory and her companions, Suffering and Sorrow, become her handmaidens, Joy and Peace.

Hinds' Feet

Hind's Feet are the first and most important promise the Shepherd makes to Much-Afraid. She receives Hind's...

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