Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy Symbols & Objects

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Mobile Phone

Bridget uses a mobile smart phone throughout the novel as a quick way to check email, keep in touch through calls and texts, and use Twitter. She increases use of her phone when she begins communicating with Roxster.

Wine

Wine appears to be a staple drink for Bridget, who consumes it throughout the novel. Often, she becomes drunk quickly; at other times, she has a glass to unwind or get through dinner.

Script

Bridget’s script “The Leaves in His Hair”, based on “Hedda Gabler” by Henrik Ibsen, is represented by agent Brian Katzenberg and optioned by Greenlight Productions. Bridget’s script is read by George and the other higher-ups at Greenlight, as well as by Ambergris Bilk. All of them have rewrites for Bridget. The rewrites change the script from what Bridget had originally intended.

Laptop

Bridget uses her laptop to write, to surf...

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