Krik? Krak! Setting & Symbolism

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The Boat appears in Children of the Sea

The male journal keeper is riding in a boat along with about two dozen other refugees trying to reach America. The boat is very dilapidated and frequently springs leaks which are patched with tar. The boat proves unable to get the people to land, and it sinks, leading to everyone drowning.

Madonna Statue appears in Nineteen Thirty-Seven

The narrator brings this statue with her to every prison visit she has with her mother. The mother takes great comfort in holding the statue. At the end of the story, the daughter comes to understand what the statue meant to her mother—the statue symbolizing Christianity and the promise of salvation—and she clutches it tightly.

The Hot-Air Balloon appears in A Wall of Fire Rising

A sugar mill owner's son owns a hot-air balloon that a mill worker, Guy...

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