11/22/63: A Novel Symbols & Objects

King, Stephen
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Picture of Harry in Al’s Diner

This picture represents the change in 2011 caused by changes in the past. After Jake kept Harry’s father from injuring him back in 1958, the picture of Harry celebrating getting his GED disappears from the diner.

Red Pen

This red pen is symbolic of Jake’s life as a teacher. It was the way that he dealt with his problems during that point in his life.

Cell Phone

This cell phone is a symbol of a time fifty years after the late ’50s. Jake accidentally takes this phone back with him and dumps it in a pond because he is afraid someone might find it and feel the need to question him.

Ford Sunliner Convertible

This Ford Sunliner convertible, a car that Jake loves, is a symbol of all the things that are good in the late ’50s.

Sadie’s Scar

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