I Know What You Did Last Summer Setting & Symbolism

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The Letter

The first letter was evidence that someone knows what they did last summer. It was delivered to Julie and said only, "I know what you did last summer."

The Pool at Helen's apartment complex

The pool at Helen's apartment complex is the gathering place for the young and beautiful; it is symbolic of Helen's new wealth and where Helen meets Collingsworth Wilson.

The picture of a boy on a bike

The picture of a boy on a bike was found taped to Helen's door as an indication that "someone" knows what happened last summer and that Helen, as well as Julie, was involved.

Newspaper, story of the accident

A faded copy of the newspaper story of the accident was sent to Ray in an envelope addressed in the same way the letter to Julie was addressed. It is another threat that somebody knows what happened, and...

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