The Wind Done Gone Setting & Symbolism

Alice Randall
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Cynara's Ring

R. gives Cynara a ring when he asks her to marry him.

Lady's Ring

Lady wears a ring around her neck that was meant to be her wedding ring to Philippe. Lady gives this ring to Cynara for a time when she is young. When R. gives Cynara Lady's love letters to and from Philippe, he also returns this ring to her.

Journal

Cynara keeps a journal in which she writes about her thoughts and feelings for the people in her life.

Lady's Letters

Cynara is given a collection of letters that once belonged to Lady. In these letters, Cynara learns that Lady was in love with her cousin and that both Lady and her cousin had a grandmother who was black. Cynara is surprised to learn that the cousin was willing to marry Lady despite their shared black ancestry.

Mammy's Letter

R. shows Cynara a...

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