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If Life Is a Bowl of Cherries, What Am I Doing in the Pits? Setting & Symbolism

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I. Dunno

The imaginary child who makes Bombeck crazy by committing all kinds of errors. The "I. Dunno" who lives at Bombeck's has failed to return library books on time and left lights on. She says that this imaginary child has a little brother, "I dontcare."

Lionel

The research rat described by the author as having survived a myriad of testing experiments until he dies of a heart attack upon having gone for a ride with a teenager of the house.

Europe

Where Bombeck and her husband go on vacation as the one place her husband believes they can go where no one has seen either of her two dresses.

Their Son's Room

The room Bombeck initially keeps as a shrine of sorts after her son leaves home but that eventually becomes a television room where odd pieces of furniture are kept.

The Gym Clothes

The clothing Bombeck...

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