On Such a Full Sea Symbols & Objects

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Fish Tank

The tanks sustain life. They are used to raise fish, grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers. The products from the tanks sustain all of B-Mor, from their own food to the exporting the goods to the Charters, which keeps their economy alive. It is also where the reader first meets Fan. She feels comfortable in the tanks, more so than out. That Fan leaves the tanks to go on her quest and is held in high regard by the people of B-Mor demonstrates what an impact the tanks have on the citizens of B-Mor.

Water

Water is present throughout the novel. It is both a positive and destructive force. B-Mor is an island. The B-Mor economy relies on the fish tanks. They are fearful of natural water sources, however, such as Cold Pond, the hurricanes that bring flooding. A flood signals Fan’s departure. Joseph drowns...

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