And We Stay Symbols & Objects

Jenny Hubbard
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Gigi’s Gun

Paul stole a gun from his grandmother, whom he called Gigi, to take with him to school on the day that he shot himself. Emily notes that it was this gun, which she describes as looking like a bold exclamation point, that ended his life.

Robin’s Egg

Emily is distraught when she and K.T. see this bird’s egg shatter after falling from a tree. For Emily, the egg and the life it could have carried represent to her the baby that she aborted.

A Crocus

After visiting the garden at The Emily Dickinson House at night and seeing the blooming crocuses, Emily is surprised when someone leaves a crocus on her textbook at the library the following day. She later learns it was Amber who left the flower. The crocus is a sign of the strange attraction and relationship that Emily...

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