The Lost Man Symbols & Objects

Jane Harper
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Stockman's Grave

The Stockman's grave, both the physical location and painting, symbolize death and rebirth. The painting itself was praised for these characteristics, and displays the power that light has over darkness. It is the location where Cameron is found dead, and by the end of the novel Harper shows the irony of a bad man dying at a place that made him well known and well received by the public. The Stockman's grave is also the location where Ilse hid the documents and money for her and the girls to escape to a better life. The grave was a landmark that held the power for them to enter a new life. While Ilse eventually decided not to run away with the girls, the grave is the place where Cameron died, allowing her a new chance to enjoy life without an abusive husband that cheats on her...

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