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Lilith Setting & Symbolism

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The Bad Borrow

A section of land that protagonist and narrator Mr. Vane crosses searching for his way home from the strange other-world, the Bad Borrow is filled with fearsome but beautiful creatures that, whenever they emerge, are frightened back underground by the moon. Vane does not understand at the time that had he remained until daylight, he would have been horribly killed. This burrowing behavior also occurs on the planet Uranus, Vane is told by Mr. Raven, who claims to have visited.

Bulika

A city set in grassy lands in the other-world that protagonist and narrator Mr. Vane visits, Bulika is inhabited by simple farmers and shepherds until they offer hospitality to an evil princess older than the world, who comes from Vane's three-dimensional world with a "terrible history." She teaches the people to mine gems for sale and to give up working the land. She dries...

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