Her Sister's Shoes Symbols & Objects

Ashley Farley
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Shoes

Sam has shoes that are worn out while Jackie has much nicer shoes The shoes become a symbol of their different lifestyles. This is especially true when Jackie later wears Sam's shoes as a sign that she recognizes that she should be a little more like Sam.

Jamie's Wheelchair

Jamie's chair is a symbol of his grief and guilt, which is why he is unable to walk even after his physical wounds have healed.

Daisy Calhoun

Daisy is a symbol of the failed relationship between Bill and Jackie. Bill has an affair with Daisy, though he soon realizes that he does not care about her and had only been in love with the idea of someone who cared about him.

Moss Creek Farm

Moss Creek Farm is an extensive estate where Jackie lives. It is symbolic of the wealthy lifestyle Jackie admired when Julia Motte lived...

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