The Iron Daughter Setting & Symbolism

Julie Kagawa
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Palace of the Winter Fey

The palace of the Winter fey is where Queen Mab lives, and where she keeps the Scepter of the Seasons during the six months of the year when winter is dominant. She holds Meghan as a prisoner there, and her courtyard is decorated with ice-encased humans who are alive yet unable to breathe.

Nevernever

Nevernever is the Faery world. It includes the kingdoms of Winter and Summer. The Iron King wants to take over the Nevernever.

Tir Na Nog

Tir Na Nog is the land of the Winter fey. Despite the fact that it is underground, Tir Na Nog has frequent snowfalls.

Glamour

Glamour is faery power. Meghan once had Summer glamour, until it was locked away by Queen Mab. Meghan acquires Iron glamour, following her encounter with Machina, the former Iron King.

Scepter of the Seasons

The Scepter of the Seasons is...

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