Belzhar Symbols & Objects

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Tiptree Little Scarlet Strawberry Preserves

This jar of jelly is a sign of the love that Jam believed that Reeve had for her. He’d brought it along with a bunch of other English groceries the night of Dana Sapol’s party. Jam decided Reeve had brought the jelly for her because her nickname is Jam. She had sworn to herself that night she wouldn’t ever open the jar. She keeps it almost a shrine to Reeve. At one point she compares it to an urn. At the end of the novel Jam opens the jar and shares the jelly with DJ, a sign that she is finally over the pain she felt when Reeve rejected her.

The Bell Jar

“The Bell Jar” is the name of the novel by Sylvia Plath that the students in Mrs. Quenell’s class read during the semester. In science...

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