All the Birds, Singing Symbols & Objects

Evie Wyld
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The Cottage

Jake chooses the cottage in England because it represents safety to her. She remembers seeing it tucked into the hills with no one else around it for miles. To others, this might seem like a lonely, solitary existence, but Jake likes the idea of having nobody nearby to "peer" in on her. Having had to learn to be afraid and suspicious of so many people around her, Jake believes she can only truly be safe by keeping other people at a distance, which the secluded cottage can help her accomplish.

Dog

Instead of giving her pet a name, Jake calls him simply "Dog." This symbolizes Jake's desire to keep others at a distance. Jake may fear that giving the dog a real name would make her become more attached to it; though the dog is her only true companion, Jake holds it at arm's length...

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