Eleanor & Park Symbols & Objects

Rainbow Rowell
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The play, "Romeo and Juliet"

A play written by Shakespeare, it's among the poetry discussed during a class attended by Eleanor and Park. When the teacher asks Eleanor about the play, she says Shakespeare was making fun of the “love” between Romeo and Juliet. She believes the emotion between the two young lovers wasn't real and fears that the relationship she has with Park will be equally fleeting.

Comic Books

Read often by Park, the comic books become a source of common ground for Eleanor and Park. The fact that Park is willing to share them and that they discuss them at length are evidence of Park's efforts to befriend Eleanor.

The Necklace

The jewelry Park gives Eleanor as a Christmas gift. It is an expensive necklace and Eleanor has to hide it from her family. She later lies about it, telling Richie she used the money...

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