Camino Island Symbols & Objects

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The Fitzgerald Collection

This collection of handwritten manuscripts by Fitzgerald is a symbol of easy money. Ironically, it is not the thieves who stole the manuscripts that cash in on them. Instead, it is a bookseller who is contacted about the valuable papers.

Small Cut on Jerry’s Left Wrist

This small cut on Jerry’s left wrist represents a hitch in the perfect crime. It is because Jerry cuts his wrist that he leaves a drop of blood on the floor that allows the FBI to identify him.

Drop of Blood

This drop of blood represents advances in police technology. From this single drop of blood, the FBI is able to identify Jerry as one of the thieves.

Tessa’s Cabin

Tessa’s cabin represents lost happiness. Mercer was afraid for many years to return to this cabin because she remembered that she had spent the...

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