1. What might the eggs Andy peels, and June consumes, represent? What do eggs symbolize?
2. When June holds her doorknob in the bathroom stall, the author states, "Her room was locked. And she was ready for him now." In what way does the locked room prepare June for Andy?
3. What is ironic about the day of June's death, the Saturday before Easter?
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