Throwing Stones Setting & Symbolism

Kristi Collier
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Pete's Letter

Andrew has a letter that Pete left him the day he left for the war that tells him Pete will come back to watch him play in the basketball tournament.

Telegram

The Soaring family has a telegram that informs them of the death of Pete. The family reads this telegram every year on Pete's birthday.

Carvings

Andrew likes to make small carvings out of small limestone. Andrew gives one of these carvings to AnnaLise, but she thinks it is from Bennie. Later, Andrew gives another carving to Bennie.

Pete's Basketball

Andrew inherited Pete's basketball when he went to war. Andrew has taken careful care of the ball ever since and uses it often to practice his freethrow.

Carnival

The Carnival comes to Pierre every August. The people of Pierre disapprove of the carnival and those who run it, therefore when Bennie moves to town people tend...

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