The Goose Girl (Books of Bayern) Symbols & Objects

Hale, Shannon
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Anidori-Kiladra

Anidori-Kiladra represents a natural progression in one’s life. She starts the novel as shy and meek. She does whatever is told and feels that she is not meant to be the Crown Princess. By the end of the novel, however, Ani develops a strong network of friends who support her and discovers her own personal gift. She accomplishes her goals after she develops the confidence and courage to take on the world and not let it or anyone else control her.

Selia

Selia represents greed and manipulation. As a people-speaker, Salie is capable of convincing almost anyone to listen to her and follow any plans she makes. It is unclear if she has any sort of affection towards anyone, even Ungolad, as she can manipulate people so easily. Throughout the novel, she acts as Ani’s antagonist, relying on her words and her plans to...

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