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Honeyman, Gail
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This is Eleanor’s favorite alcoholic beverage, which she purchases every Friday after work. Drinking this beverage helps Eleanor forget about the fire and the truth of her mother.

Sammy's Red Sweater

This is one of the pieces of clothing that Sammy was wearing when he fell and was rescued by Eleanor and Raymond. His son Keith brings Eleanor this item as a way for her to remember Sammy after he dies.

The Daily Telegraph

This is the newspaper that Eleanor reads regularly because she likes to do the crossword puzzles.


Raymond brings Eleanor a bouquet of these when he visits her after her vodka binge.


This is the name of the plant that dies the morning that Eleanor attends the concert, where she sees the musician for what he really is. This plant is the only living thing linking Eleanor’s life before the...

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