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Vampires in the Lemon Grove Symbols & Objects

Karen Russell
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Lemons

Clyde had hoped the lemons would be the key to his salvation as a vampire, but this does not turn out to be the case when temptation in the form of Fila proves to be too much. Lemons are grown on groves and farms in Sorrento, Italy, where Clyde and his wife now live as reformed vampires. Lemons are one of the few foods that can truly help Clyde and Magreb’s hunger as vampires –but even the lemons do not last forever as their old hunger pangs for blood come back.

Blood

Blood symbolizes the undeniable, true nature of vampires. Blood, it is noted in “Vampires in the Lemon Grove,” is not necessary for vampires to survive even though their appetite for it will always remain. Clyde and Magreb do their best to live on various foods, including lemons instead, but this does not last...

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