The Snow Child Symbols & Objects

Eowyn Ivey
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Alaskan Handbill

Mabel had shown Jack this advertisement seeking pioneers to go to Alaska to farm the land with the hopes that he would agree it would be a good idea for them to go to Alaska. She believed it would be good for her to get away from children and the memories of her dead baby. The handbill was a symbol of the hope of a happier life that Mabel believed they would find in Alaska.

Snow Girl

It was on the same night that Mabel and Jack built their snow girl that Faina’s father died. Because Jack saw Faina the first time that night he briefly believed she might have come from that snowman. Mabel continued to believe Faina had come from the snow figure much longer. The snow girl was a symbol of the beginning of Mabel and Jack’s relationship with Faina...

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