Finders Keepers Symbols & Objects

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Jimmy Gold Trilogy

The Jimmy Gold Trilogy represents the source of Pete and Morris’ love of literature. This trilogy is also the reason why Morris winds up in jail both times, though he does not want to admit it. The first time he goes to jail because he gets drunk after an argument with his mother about the books, while the second time is because he gets drunk after Andy tells him he cannot be seen with the Rothstein’s notebooks, which include more writing about Jimmy Gold, because they are stolen.

Rothstein’s Notebooks

Rothstein’s notebooks represent different things to different characters. To Pete the notebooks represent great literature as well as a possible way to make money to send his sister to private school. To Morris, the notebooks represent a possible redemption for Jimmy Gold. In his twisted mind he has come to see...

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