A Tangle of Knots Symbols & Objects

Lisa Graff
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Expensive Suitcase

Mason starts off the book carrying a rare and expensive powder blue suitcase, which has the inheritance slip from his mother. When he loses the suitcase he becomes desperate and spends the rest of his life searching for it. To him, the suitcase represents his hope for the future.

Inheritance slip/Peanut Butter

Besides the wealth, one of the reasons that Mason wants to get the slip back is because his father always thought of him as a failure. Mason believes that if he can get the slip and make the famous peanut butter, he’ll be able to show his father that he was wrong about him.

"Talented" and "Fair"

When someone is Talented, it means they have an ability they are born with that they are naturally perfect with. People who are Fair don’t have any sort of Talent. Being Talented essentially...

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