The Rose Bride: A Retelling of 'the White Bride and the Black Bride' (Once... Setting & Symbolism

Nancy Holder
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The Forested Land

The Forested Land is where the Marchand's chateau is located.

The Land Beyond

The Land Beyond is where Jean-Marc's castle is located.

The Silver Hills

The Silver Hills is from where Lucienne came.

White Roses

White roses are a symbol of innocence and purity. Celestine plants this color rose around the base of Artemis' statue in her rose garden.

A Pink Formal Gown

One of Laurent's birthday gifts to his daughter is a pink formal gown. After changing hands many times, this gown is returned to Rose just before she marries Jean-Marc. Parts of it are used in her wedding gown.

A Fine Purple Cloak

Rose makes this purple cloak for her father with the intention of sewing a rose on it for each year of life that he gives to her. It is later found and taken by Desiree.

Purple Roses

The white roses...

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