The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August Symbols & Objects

Claire North
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Quantum Mirror

The quantum mirror is a symbol for the destructive power of knowledge. Harry argues that by trying to build a machine which would be capable of explaining everything in the universe, Vincent is attempting to become a God. By pushing past human boundaries of knowledge, Harry and Vincent bring about the end of the world and it is not until Harry sabotages the quantum mirror that the world can be saved.

Cronus Club

The Cronus Club is a symbol of history, tradition, and learning the lessons of the past. Is some cases, the things the Cronus Club stands for are useful: they share the story of Victor Hoeness as a cautionary warning for any kalachakra who have ambitions about changing the world. However, at other times, their focus on tradition and the past make them stagnant and unhelpful, unwilling to take any risks or try...

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