Flat Out Love Symbols & Objects

Jessica Park
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Flat Finn

Flat Finn is a large cardboard cut out of a photo of Finn. Finn was Celeste and Matt's older brother that died. After Finn died, Celeste needed something to cling to. Since she missed Finn so desperately, it made sense for her to create a semblance of her brother to soothe her when she was sad.

Facebook

Facebook is a symbol for communication. Julie, Matt, and "Finn" use it constantly as a way to find new friends and develop relationships.

Car

Neither Erin or Roger will drive a car since Finn's death. If Erin had not been driving on an icy night during the winter, Finn never would have died.

College

College is a symbol of Julie's maturity and first steps into the real world outside of Ohio.

Charles River

The Charles River represents the horror of Finn's death. No one in the family will...

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