Everything, Everything Symbols & Objects

Nicola Yoon
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White Room

This white room in which Madeline lives is symbolic of how clean and disinfected Madeline’s entire life had to be in order to keep her from getting sick.

Colorful Books

These colorful books that fill Madeline’s white bookshelves are symbolic of the only contact with the outside world that Madeline has in her life. It is through her books that Madeline vicariously lives her life.

Flowers For Algernon

The book Flowers for Algernon is symbolic of Madeline’s wish that a cure could be found for her disease. She tells Carla that she wants to be reading this book when a cure for her illness is actually found.

The Bundt Cake

The Bundt cake is a symbol of friendship. It is first offered to Madeline’s mother by Olly and Kara but she refused to take it because she was afraid there might...

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