Fates and Furies Symbols & Objects

Lauren Groff
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Bottled water

Bottled water is the source of wealth for the Satterwhite family, who own the company Hamlin Springs Bottled Water in Florida. The bottled water industry is huge, making the Satterwhites billionaires and being heavily influential in Florida. Throughout the novel, various characters guess at the Satterwhite family fortune, but only a few such as Chollie know that it can be traced to bottled water.

Illegal drugs

Illegal drugs are taken by Lotto, Chollie, Gwennie, and Michael early on in the novel. The illegal drugs are first introduced to the group by Michael. Lotto, Chollie, Gwennie, and Michael get heavily into drugs to such an extent that it becomes scary to Lotto. Lotto cleaves to marriage as a way to cut off his past, including drugs.

Plays

Play scripts are written by Lotto from his early thirties through the rest of his life. The scripts are...

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