How to Be Single Symbols & Objects

Liz Tuccillo
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Steakhouse

In Chapter 2, the steakhouse the women visit during their girls night out symbolizes a house of "beefy" men. Alice knows men love to eat steak, and she chooses this place for dinner so they can be surrounded by men. The idea works because the steakhouse is full of men.

Julie and Alice know there is a lot at "stake" this night, too -- Georgia must have a big night. The homophone "stake" relates to the steak in steakhouse.

Knight in Shining Armor

In the opera Julie goes to see in France, a princess is waiting on her knight in shining armor. Thomas represents a knight in shining armor to Julie. First, his business connections can offer Julie more insight into her dating research. Secondly, he is handsome and charming. Third, he escorts her around Paris. Ironically "armor" and "amour" are very similar words. Amour suggests a...

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