Snow Treasure Symbols & Objects

Marie McSwigan
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The Lundstrom Family Sword

This is the sword that Peter has all of the children swear on when they all agree to begin taking the gold down the mountain.

Cleeg Peerson

This is Victor's main ship in his fleet. It had been handed down in the family and had a reputation for being trustworthy and well made. This boat also represents Victor's personality as he is very much like his ship.

The Sleds

The sleds that the children use to take the gold down the mountain represent their desire to help, their courage to face danger, and their belief in the freedom of their country one day.

Fire

In Norway the ability to have fire and build a fire is representative of living and surviving. So, when Per stokes the fire to its hottest at the Lundstrom house he is, in effect, stating that they will survive...

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