The Nix Symbols & Objects

Nathan Hill
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The Nix

The Nix (or the Nisse) is Frank and Faye's personal demons personified. It follows them around and makes them feel as if they are too cursed to enjoy happiness in their lives. Faye talks to the Nisse while she is in prison, and the ghost tells her that she is a horrible person who is cursed. Frank also believes he is cursed by the same thing.

Charles (Charlie) Brown

Judge Brown is the personification of consuming revenge. Charlie is wholly incapable to letting go of his anger toward Faye. He blames her for things which are completely out of her power, and he allows this need for revenge to consume him. Even while preparing for the Packer Attacker case in 2011, Judge Brown still shows the strong desire to exact revenge on Faye. He cannot let got of his anger or his need to hurt others...

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