Wings 3

Wings 3

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  • Flashback
  • "she sat there until she fell asleep thinking about when she was five years young, so innocent and so sweet" (32).
  • Symbolisum 
  • In all the symbolism refers back to the theme of discovering your self and spreading your "wings".
  • "...Those are the people who will look beyond the obvious and see things in this world that are truly wonderful” (247).
  • Work cited
  • Pike, Aprilynne. Wings. Harper Childrens, 2009.
  • There were no big flashbacks in Wings, other than small ones to help move the story forward. For example: in class, Laurel would daydream about her past and where she came from since she was adopted.
  • The blossom that grows out of Laurel's back is a pretty powerful image in the book. To Laurel, it symbolizes how her life has gotten out of control and freaky; to David, it symbolizes how she is unique and beautiful; and to Tamani, it's just another normal part of her being a grown-up faerie.
  • The End!
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