Miss Julia Strikes Back

Describe symbolism in Miss Julia Strikes Back by Ann B. Ross

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Julia points out that she realizes her Spode brand china is an inferior pattern. However, she choses it for her dinner party due to its cheery nature. Even though it is not her best china, Lillian treats it carefully, washing it by hand. It represents a marriage of Julia's privileged life and practical nature.