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The Ocean at the End of the Lane Symbols & Objects

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Shilling

This is something the narrator nearly chokes on.

Jar of Coins

This is something one of the narrator’s neighbors finds in her garden.

The Mini

This is the car in which the opal miner commits suicide.

The Ragged Canvas Structure

This is the spirit that calls itself the lady of the place and wants to offer its help to the people around the Hempstock homestead.

The Language of Shaping

This is what the spirits speak when they want to affect the lives of human beings.

Ball of Cobwebs and Cloth

This is the object the canvas structure throws at the narrator. When he catches it, the spirit of the structure enters into him and uses him as a vessel for its way home.

Bucket of Pond Water

Lettie brings this to the narrator in the fairy ring and uses it to take him to the...

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