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The statue of the stone angel is symbolic of the Curie family pride Hagars inability to relate and share her emotions and the blindness and ignorance that comes from constantly refusing to see things from another point of view other than your own The Stone angel is symbolic of the Curie family pride because it does not seem to serve its purpose which is to hon our Hagars mother who had died giving birth to her Hagar describes Mrs Curie to be a meek woman and a feeble ghost whereas she describes herself to be stubborn and practical The statue was bought in Italy and brought to the Manawaka cemetery at a terrible expense in pride to mark her bones and proclaim his Mr Curries dynasty as he fancied forever and a day p 3 Mr Currie bought the angel in pride rather than in grief for someone he considered his possession his dynasty The stone angel is also a symbol of Hagars pride as she inherited it from her father It was this pride that kept her from speaking up and fighting for her brother when Mr Currie sent her away to college to become more civilized She knew Matt deserved to go more than her but she never stuck up for either him or herself In an attempt at freedom or maybe just to spite her father Hagar married Bram Shipley soon after she came back from school From day one Hagars marriage to Bram was a complete embarrassment to her and her family When id listen to Bram spinning his cobwebs then it would turn my stomach most of all not what he said but that he made himself a laughingstock p 114 Upon hearing about their plans to wed Hagars father disowns her Bram was not a rich man by any means he drank heavily always spoke in slang and caused a scene on a regular basis
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