Uprooted: A Novel Symbols & Objects

Naomi Novik
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Fire-Heart

Fire-heart is a magic potion that burns anything it touches, and it symbolizes power and a last resort. The potion is difficult to brew and rare, and it works almost as if it is alive.

The Rose Spell

The rose spell symbolizes the sexual tension between Agnieszka and Sarkan. When they cast the spell together, the reader sees that tension for the first time. It makes Agnieszka and Sarkan uncomfortable at first, but Agnieszka comes to terms with the romantic connection before Sarkan.

Jaga's Magic Book

Sarkan considers Jaga's magic book useless, but this symbolizes the possibilities of Agnieszka's magical power. Agnieszka admires Jaga while Sarkan does not, and the book also symbolizes their differing opinions on magic, including how it is to be performed.

The Walkers

The Walkers initially symbolize the evil of the Wood. They later come to symbolize the possibility of healing. The...

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