Find Me Symbols & Objects

André Aciman
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Train

The train symbolizes the often-chance nature of happiness. Sami and Miranda meet on the train by complete chance, which then allows them to form a lasting, deeply fulfilling connection. This idea of chance also relates to Elio and Michel’s relationship.

Father's Illness

Miranda’s father’s illness symbolizes the harrowing nature of death. Miranda’s father is very ill, and Miranda fears that he will likely die soon. This fear affects her relationship with her father because she finds it emotionally taxing to spend time with him, to take care of him, and to consider mortality.

Sami's Academia

Sami’s academic work symbolizes insularity from life and the outside world. At one point in Chapter 1, Miranda half-jokingly comments that Sami focuses more on his work than on life. Sami somewhat agrees with that view, and he feels that his relationship with Miranda gives him true...

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