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Fifty Shades Darker Symbols & Objects

E. L. James
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Ana's Inner Goddess

This is what Ana calls her inner thoughts that give her ideas, and it symbolizes her sexual self. For example, this inner goddess prompts Ana to perform oral sex on Christian during one of the early scenes in the book.

Jose's Pictures of Ana

Jose has a series of photographs of Ana in the show, and they represent her true nature. Ana did not know Jose had taken them and they capture her in vulnerable, honest moments. Christian recognizes them for what they are, and he buys the entire set. He later tells Ana that he wants her to have the opportunity to be like that all the time.

The Silver Balls

These are sex toys that Ana likes, and they represent a level of sex that both Ana and Christian find acceptable. Christian inserts them into Ana before they attend a charity event...

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