The Book of Strange New Things Symbols & Objects

Michel Faber
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Peter’s Bible

Ever since he found God, Peter carried his bible with him. Whenever Peter’s faith is challenged, he would go through his bible, trusting that God would guide him to the appropriate verse that would shed light on his situation. By the end of the book, Peter still has his faith in God, but it isn’t quite the same as the start of the book. He’s become exhausted with his role as a preacher. He leaves the Bible to his faithful followers though when he sets off to Earth. Handing the bible away doesn’t mean that he has given up on his faith, but it does represent how exhausted he’s become, and that he’s determined to focus on fixing his and Bea’s life.

Peter’s Camera

When Peter first arrives on Oasis he tries to take pictures with...

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