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Tehanu: The Last Book of Earthsea Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Ogion's Books

Ogion has three books from which he would teach his pupils the Language of the Making and stories of Earthsea.

Peach Pit

Therru buries a peach pit with the hope of growing a new peach tree in Ogion's yard.

Red Dress

Tenar makes Therru a red dress from material the weaver of Re Albi gave her. Therru feels this dress does not hide the hideousness of her scars.

Pitchfork

Ged uses a pitchfork to injure one of the tramps who have come to kidnap Therru and finish what they started the day she was burned.

Ogion's Shaft

Ogion had a great shaft he used in the making of spells that was left behind in his home after his death and Tenar's decision to return to her farm.

Sheep

Ogion had six sheep when he died. Tenar keeps them with the help of the sheep tender, Heather...

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