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Flora and Ulysses: The Illuminated Adventures Symbols & Objects

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Typewriter

Mrs. Buckman writes romance novels on an old typewriter. Ulysses uses this typewriter to write out his thoughts, beginning with the simple statement of his name and later he writes loving poems to Flora.

Vacuum Cleaner

Mr. Tickham gives his wife a super powerful vacuum cleaner for her birthday. This vacuum is so powerful that Mrs. Tickman ends up in the backyard where she accidentally sucks up a squirrel. It is this accident that causes Ulysses develop special powers and become Flora’s superhero.

Shovel and Sack

Mrs. Buckman gives her former husband a shovel and a sack in the hopes that he will kill the squirrel and get rid of it. However, Flora manages to convince her father that Ulysses is not ill. He is a squirrel with special powers.

Mary Ann

Mary Ann is a lamp that consists of a statue of a shepherdess...

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