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The Spy (Mata Hari) Symbols & Objects

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Blindfold

This blindfold is a symbol of anonymity. Mata Hari asks not to have the wear the blindfold in front of the firing squad because she wants to be able to face those who are charged with killing her and make them look at her face when they fire.

Blank

This blank, loaded into the gun of one man in the firing squad, is a symbol of innocence. The blank is used so that all of the men in the squad can claim not to have fired the deadly shot. It is never known into whose gun the blank is loaded.

Long Letter Written by Mata Hari

This letter written by Mata Hari represents her final thoughts and her opinions of her life.

Tulip Seeds

These tulip seeds are a symbol of destiny. Mata Hari’s mother gives her these seeds, telling her to remember that she...

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