Careers For Women Symbols & Objects

Scott, Joanna
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Paper

Paper represents a mode of communication as well as a vehicle for truth. It is on paper that Pauline discovers where Bob Whittaker lives. It is on paper that Sonia coincidentally and randomly wrote, “Who is papa.” It is also on paper that Kay writes the letter to Maggie detailing her truth about her story about Bob. Paper and documents is also an object that is used constantly at the public relations office at the P.A. It is on paper that the World Trade Center gets accepted and ready to construct. Paper serves as a gateway to move things forward, whether they are buildings moving towards construction or people moving towards the truth.

Aluminum

Aluminum represents innovation as well as destruction. It was one of the many vital materials needed to build the World Trade Center and Bob’s career. However, the making of the...

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