Grayson Symbols & Objects

Lynne Cox
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An Edison Power Plant

This Edison Power Plant is an important symbol in the book as it represented danger for Cox. Because the plant dumped the warm water that it used to cool its turbines into the ocean, an area near this power plant was a haven for stingrays. Although these stingrays generally didn’t bother people, Cox knew that she could get hit with a barb and an irritant if she accidently stepped on one of these creatures.

Oil Rig

This oil rig represented a fear to be overcome for Cox. Before she swam to the oil rig with Grayson, she’d never swum to this rig alone. Although she was afraid to swim so far out into the ocean alone — the rig was located nearly a mile and a half offshore — she knew she had to overcome her fear in order to help her new...

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