Summerlost Symbols & Objects

Condie, Ally
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The Tunnels

The tunnels under the staging area symbolize a connection with Lisette, and Cedar makes the opportunity to explore them with Leo as a final gift to him.

The Lisette Chamberlain Tour

This tour, created by Leo and Cedar, symbolizes the desire people have to know about Lisette's life and death. Leo has the idea of the tour as a way to earn money for a trip to England, but it takes Cedar's input to get it off the ground. The tour also symbolizes the connection between Leo and Cedar and their ability to work together.

The Turkey Vultures

The turkey vultures gather near Cedar's house. They symbolize both hope and fear. Cedar feels some level of fear because the birds are typically associated with death. However, she finds things left on her windowsill. Briefly, she hopes that the vultures are associated with leaving those things...

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