This represents vulnerability and being wounded.
This represents Ari’s feelings and emotions throughout the novel.
These represent a release of feelings leading to healthy realizations that various characters discover about themselves.
This is a way for Dante to reveal and come to terms with his emotions and thoughts.
These represent confinement and restriction for Dante.
This represents freedom and maturity for Ari.
This is something that Ari frequently sees in other people and the world around him, and that he is looking for in his own life.
For Ari, this serves as a replacement for Dante for a time and eventually helps to trigger feelings of love and affection in him.
The Paintings at the Art Institute
These represent significant parts of Dante’s life and help to reveal deeper truths about being human.
The Bernardo Envelope
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