The Hazel Wood Symbols & Objects

Melissa Albert
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Tales from the Hinterlands

The Tales from the Hinterlands novel, written by Althea, represents wonder and mystery. Everyone who reads the book is said to be enamored by the dark stories and fantastical tales. This leads to countless refugees believing that the Hinterland is a magical place that can erase the problems they have in the real world. However, when they manage to find their way inside, they find it is a dark and unforgiving place that they can never escape. The book itself also represents a gateway between the worlds. Without its’ existence, the Hinterlands and Earth would have never been connected.

Ellery Finch

Ellery Finch represents the human desire to find a place to belong and a better life. At home, he is generally ignored as his stepmother is determined to have a child that she can give his father’s inheritance to instead of...

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