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Sapphique Setting & Symbolism

Catherine Fisher
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Incarceron

Incarceron is the name of the prison. It also represents that world that exists outside of the realm and the other side of the portal. The way the author portrays Incarceron in the novel, it is not only a building. Incarceron also seems to have its own spirit, soul and voice. The world outside of Incarceron is filled with poverty and disease. If the realm is the world of good, then Incarceron represents the dark and evil side of the world.

Sapphique's Glove

Sapphique's glove is made of a material that is believed to be a dragon's skin. The glove has magical powers. Rix, Attia, Keiro, and the others that believe in Sapphique believe that he threw the glove back to Incarceron when Sapphique escaped. Rix possesses the glove. Keiro takes the glove from Rix and Incarceron is continuously trying to get the glove back throughout the...

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