The Blue Girl Setting & Symbolism

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Redding High School

Redding High is where half of the action takes place in 'The Blue Girl' by Charles de Lint. It is a fairly large High School for the town of Newford, which happens to have an attendant ghost (Adrian) and is home to a tribe of brownies, or fairies. It is here that Imogene and Jared come to finish their schooling before going to College after moving to the town, and where they have to navigate not just the tricky supernatural waters but also the social ones as well as the school is made up of the classic cliques of nerds, dorks, preppies, losers, and football stars.

Vervain Powder

Vervain powder is used by Pell-Mell to discourage the anamathim from finding his friend Imogene, and also has the disturbing effect of turning the girl completely blue. Vervain itself is a real world wild plant, but this...

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