The White Princess Symbols & Objects

Philippa Gregory
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Teddie Warwick

Teddie represents innocence. Not just for himself, but for most of the other characters. His imprisonment changes his sister Maggie into a fearful women. His continued incarceration reminds Elizabeth that she is powerless to save him. His death robs Henry of the last of his own, personal innocence. Teddie himself was guilt free up to his execution, and is one of the only characters who died with his innocence in tact.

Tower of London

The Tower of London represents confinement and a loss of freedom. Almost every character visits the Tower throughout the novel. Some - like Teddie - are locked inside. Others, like the royal court, are hidden behind protective walls and guards. Both groups are trapped, just in different ways.

The King's Crown

The King's Crown represents victory and power. At the beginning of the novel, a traitor rips the crown from King...

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