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The Thistle and the Rose Setting & Symbolism

Eleanor Hibbert and Jean Plaidy
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Objects/Places

England

Margaret's girlhood home.

Scotland

James' home.

The Tay

The river where James is splashing with his young lover who is also named Margaret when they are fifteen and James is called on to go to battle against his father.

Cambuskenneth Abbey

Where James' father is laid to rest.

Dalkeith

Where Margaret is staying when there is a fire that kills her two beloved palfreys.

Holyrood

Where James and Margaret are married.

Flodden Field

Where James and his son, Alexander, die.

Morpeth Castle

Where Margaret goes to give birth to her and Angus's daughter during her escape from Scotland.

Banyard's Castle

The residence Henry VIII sets aside for Margaret upon her return to England.

Stirling

Where the young James is held for many years.

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