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Get in Trouble Symbols & Objects

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Monkey Egg

The Monkey Egg symbolizes the entrance into a world the author creates where magical realism heightens the way in which the reader sees the worlds of the characters.

Boyfriend Doll

The Boyfriend Doll symbolizes the awareness Immy, Ainslie, and the other girls have of their sexuality and how they are changing as they mature.

Floating

Floating symbolizes how Bunnatine is trying to harness her power, but cannot seem to manifest a power that will move her forward.

Letter

The Letter symbolizes Billie’s struggle to accept who she is versus who she wants to be by trying to grow up too fast and escape her home life.

Chessgame

The Chessgame symbolizes how Billie is trying to manipulate Paul into coming back to her.

Faces

The Faces represent how people present themselves to the outside world and how they may be different in their private life...

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