Always and Forever, Lara Jean Symbols & Objects

Jenny Han
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Chocolate Chip Cookies

The chocolate chip cookies that Lara Jean bakes are a symbol of her anxiety about the uncertainty of her future. She attempts to exert control over her life by creating the perfect cookie.

Pink Diamond Ring

The pink diamond ring that Stormy gives Lara Jean is a symbol of their friendship. Pink is a symbol of youth and innocence, and Stormy wants Lara Jean to enjoy hers while she has it.

Scrapbook

The scrapbook is a symbol of Lara Jean's desire to capture the past and cement it down. She gives it to Peter so that he can take it to college with him and always remember her.

Kitty's Corsage

Peter brings a corsage for Kitty when he picks up Lara Jean for prom. The corsage is a symbol of his desire to be a part of Lara Jean's family, not just her boyfriend...

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