All the Missing Girls Symbols & Objects

Megan Miranda
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Nic's House in Philadelphia

Nic is in this apartment when she decides to go home. It symbolizes the success she has achieved as she tries to gain self esteem for herself and from others and reach what she believes to be her full potential because she has a good job and a fiance who is a high-powered lawyer and from a rich family in Philadelphia. At the end of the novel, it is impossible for her to return to her success as she has to stay imprisoned in the house she escaped from in order to pay for her crime.

The Novel's Title

On the surface, the novel's title represents Corinne and Annaleise who both go missing. However, it also represents the various version of herself that Nic has represented to others and then have disappeared as she assumes new identities. A version of herself first disappears...

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