Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Last Straw Symbols & Objects

Jeff Kinney
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Diary

The diary, itself, represents Greg's innermost thoughts. It is through the diary that the reader sees the insecurities, naive thoughts, and assumptions that Greg makes about people, his family, and life in general.

Valentine's Day Card

Each year Greg makes Valentine cards for everyone in the class. He'd hoped that when he went to middle school this would be a practice that would go by the wayside. Unfortunately, it didn't. When he has to create a card for everyone, he decides to write Valentine cards that are sincere and truthful, even if they are hurtful. In an ironic turn of events, he only receives one card in his mailbox at home. It isn't from a girl.

The blanket 'Tingy'

Manny has a tattered and threadbare security blanket named Tingy. It is mistakenly thrown away by the father. This represents Manny moving away from being an infant...

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