Objects in Story-telling

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This is an image of an Ancient Egyptian Shabti, the sort of idol the main protagonist in my WIP (work in progress) Garden of Lies, collects. Why? These objects connect her to her childhood and more importantly to her parents whom she tragically lost in the Holocaust. The object reminds her of traveling Egypt with her archeologist parents, studying burial rituals and so forth – now she is trapped in a dance of death and mourning.

In her mind these objects keep her connected to her departed. Objects in storytelling can be a vital part of the plot.

Please visit my Pinterest page to see other objects and story-telling images for my next novel. 

Shabti Dolls: The Workforce in the Afterlife

Glossary of Egyptian Artifacts 

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