Symbols of childhood innocence, these objects are given to Laura by her mother on Laura's birthday. Laura feels that her mother's decision to give her these objects is symbolic of her mother's inability to see how grown up Laura is becoming.
This object is given to Laura on her birthday and serves as her method of confession and self-reflection from that point forward. This object represents Laura's inability to share her secrets with another human or to ask for help from another human, instead relying on this object to help her deal with her problems on her own.
These objects are given to Laura by her cousin Maddy when she visits Laura's home for a week-long visit. Laura views these objects as making her appear older than she is, and she hides these objects inside the hollow within her bedpost. These objects represent Laura's...
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