This symbol in the novel represents respectability. It is when Charlie purchases this that she is able to more freely obtain her money and lodging.
This symbol in the novel represents the destruction of Oradour-sur-Glane.
These objects in the novel symbolize Eve's honor and her sacrifices as a spy for the English during World War I.
These objects in the novel represent false representation.
Bust of Baudelaire
This object in the novel symbolizes torture. It is used to mutilate Eve's hands.
Peacock Tiffany Lamp
This symbol in the novel represents Eve's nightmares and the torture that she endured at Rene's hands.
This object in the novel represents Eve's innocence and redemption.
This object in the novel represents Charlie's connection to Rose and her desire to depart from the life her mother wants her to live.
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