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Taggerung: A Tale from Redwall Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Redwall Abbey

This is a large, walled abbey constructed of red stone. The abbey is home to a wide variety of creatures and is traditionally led by an abbot or an abbess, and has a champion named the Warrior of Redwall. Founded by a mouse named Martin several generations earlier, the abbey is a peaceful place that nonetheless has a reputation for actively defending itself from attack. The abbey is the home of several of the main characters in the book, and is the birthplace of Deyna, the main character.

Juska Camp

This is a camp near the sea where the clan of vermin known as the Juska live. The camp is moved from time to time.

Mossflower Wood

This is a wooded area around Redwall Abbey.

The Ford

This is a shallow place in the river near Redwall Abbey where Deyna is kidnapped.

The Taggerung

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