The Forest of Hands and Teeth Setting & Symbolism

Carrie Ryan
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The Forest of Hands and Teeth

The Forest of Hands and Teeth is a massive plot of woodland that surrounds the village, and is divided up by small, fenced-in paths. The Forest of Hands and Teeth is populated by isolated, small towns and villages, and borders the ocean. It is into the Forest of Hands and Teeth that Mary and her companions seek to escape through using the paths.

The Village

The village is surrounded by the Forest of Hands and Teeth, and is dominated by the Cathedral. It is a well-populated village, having grown up from an isolated, at-risk hamlet. It is surrounded by farmland and fields, and is ultimately enclosed by a fence. The village is where Mary, Harry, Jed, Cassandra, Travis, Jacob, and others live.

The Fence

The fence is what protects the village and the farmland from the Unconquered that roam the Forest of...

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