All Our Wrong Todays: A Novel Symbols & Objects

Elan Mastai
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Lemon Tree

The lemon tree Rebecca plants in front of her house symbolizes her love and sacrifice. After crashing into and killing her, the malfunctioning hover car hits the lemon tree, stopping it from killing Victor. All her life, Rebecca worked to make Victor’s life more comfortable, and even after she is cut in half, this tree continues her legacy of protecting her husband. The tree also symbolizes the love Rebecca had for Tom, as every year she would use its lemons to make a dessert for his birthday, and when Tom remembers his mother, this tree almost always comes to mind.

Pocket Watch

The broken pocket watch Tom finds in the abandoned town of Ubly, Michigan symbolizes the love and understanding Tom and Penelope have between each other as well as the ability to change one’s life. Tom gives the watch to Penelope after...

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