4 3 2 1: A Novel Symbols & Objects

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3 Brothers Home World

3 Brothers Home World symbolizes familial strife. In the first and second timelines, Stanley Ferguson owns a furniture-appliance store, 3 Brothers Home World, with his brothers Arnold and Lew, but Stanley’s brothers sabotage the business due to their own selfishness. Only when Stanley buys out his brothers’ shares of the business, as in the fourth timeline, is Stanley able to conduct business successfully.

Roseland Photo

Roseland Photo symbolizes personal passions and ambitions. Rose loves photography, and she opens her own photography studio in each timeline. However, the studio always fails and closes. Only in the third timeline, after Rose moves to new York City following Stanley’s death, does she become a successful photographer.

Camp Paradise

Camp Paradise symbolizes the intersection of fun and danger. Ferguson attends Camp Paradise in the second and fourth timelines, and he enjoys his time there. However, he dies during...

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