Daisy Jones and the Six Symbols & Objects

Taylor Jenkins Reid
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"Tiny Love"

The song "Tiny Love" is the symbolic impetus that made Daisy decide to pursue a music career. It was a hit song recorded by one of Daisy's former boyfriends, and its popularity was largely due to the lyrics Daisy had written, for which she was never given credit. Later, Daisy told this story to Billy and he was sympathetic. "If I had a great line like that, and someone else pretended it was theirs, I'd be pretty angry. She made more sense to me after that" (162).

Breakfast

The story Karen tells about Camila cooking brunch for the band is a symbol of Camila's stubborn personality and her clever ability to get what she wanted. In this story, Camila suggested the group go out for breakfast, but Graham and Billy wanted to get burgers instead. She sent Billy out to get ground beef for burgers, but...

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