The King's Traitor Symbols & Objects

Jeff Wheeler
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Kathryn's Clothes

Severn provides only black clothes for Kathryn. In general, this symbolizes Severn's control over her. For Kathryn, however, the mourning clothes are a symbol of her faithfulness to her husband.

The Berries from Brythonica

The berries from Brythonica symbolize the rich agricultural environment of Brythonica. The berries are used in two ways in the novel. In the first instance, Owen has some of the berries on his first morning at Sinia's palace. He is delighted with how sweet they taste. In the second, a poisoner uses the berries to deliver a fatal dose of poison to Owen, but Etayne sacrifices herself to save him.

Sea Glass

The sea glass consists of small, beaded pieces of stained glass windows on a beach in Brythonica. They symbolize the past and the traditions Sinia's people hold dear. There are several cities that were flooded in the past, and...

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