The Magician's Lie Symbols & Objects

Greer Macallister
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Fairy Eye

Arden’s Fairy Eye, in which half of the iris is blue and the other half is brown, is symbolic of her magical powers. The author never reveals where exactly Arden gets her magic healing abilities from: Arden herself reflects that her eye could be the source of her powers or that she might have inherited the ability to heal from her father whom she never knew. The fairy eye is a symbol of power and vulnerability: Holt fears that Arden will be able to use her eye to hypnotize him into releasing her, making him feel vulnerable and Arden appear more powerful. The eye also makes Arden vulnerable by making her instantly recognizable to Ray.

Mirror

The mirror given to Arden by her mother is a symbol of Arden’s love of performance. Arden’s mother never managed to pursue a career as a...

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