The Mermaid's Sister Symbols & Objects

Carrie Anne Noble
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Pebbles

Thousands and thousands of pebbles cover the floor of the freshwater, clear wishing pond on Llanfair Mountain. Each pebble represents payment for a wish made of the water sprites that legend holds inhabit the pond. The pebbles demonstrate the faith and hope people make in the wishes they have, and become the background for the story in that Clara has two wishes. First, she wishes Maren will not change into a mermaid, and second, she wishes that O’Neill loved her instead of Maren.

Caravan

A caravan wagon is driven by Scarff and O’Neill as they travel around selling and buying various wares, products, and artifacts. The caravan is drawn by horses, and is very cozy and comfortable inside, complete with beds and personal possessions, as well as the goods that are sold and purchased. The caravan is used by Clara, O’Neill, and Maren...

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