Incantation Setting & Symbolism

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Spain

During the time of the Inquisition, Spain is a Catholic nation. Spain is the main setting for the novel. Estrella, Andres, and Carmen seek to escape from Spain.

Aragon

Aragon is a region in Spain where the town of Encaleflora is located.

Encaleflora

Encaleflora is the town where Estrella, her family, and Catalina and her family live and work. It is a town that Estrella says no longer exists, but at the time, appears to be like any typical town surrounded by farmland. It is especially impacted by the Inquisition, as its normally placid residents are ready to tear one another apart.

The Plaza

The Plaza is at the heart of the town of Encaleflora. It is where the books of Jews are burned, and later, where Estrella's grandfather, mother, brother, and fifty people are burned to death on charges of heresy.

The Hills

The hills exist...

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