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The Other Side of Truth Symbols & Objects

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Sibling Bonds

Sibling bonds symbolize family relationships and perseverance in the novel. Sade and Femi grow to depend ever more on each other once they arrive in England without their parents or any other family members. The strength of their relationship props up each child, lending comfort in a time of difficulty.

Youth

Youth symbolises a lack of knowledge as well as a desire to explore the world and mature in the novel. Sade emphasizes the words her mother said to her while growing up whenever she finds herself bereft of motivation and strength.

Hope

Hope symbolizes a tether to the past and desire to return to a more stable way of life in the novel. The characters collectively pine for the chance to return to their family structure before it was ripped apart by Sade and Femi's mother's murder and the disruption of not knowing where...

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