Less Symbols & Objects

Sean Greer, Andrew
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Kalipso

Kalipso symbolizes the success that Arthur once had but can no longer seem to achieve. Kalipso is Arthur's first novel, and it is a modern retelling of the Calypso story from Homer's Odyssey. Unlike Arthur's later novels, it enjoyed relatively high renown and popularity.

Swift

Swift symbolizes the personal and professional rut in which Arthur finds himself during the novel. Swift is Arthur's latest novel, which was rejected by his publisher. By the end of the novel, Arthur manages to do a successful rewrite of the book, symbolizing his personal and emotional growth.

Russian River School

The Russian River School symbolizes the happiness that Arthur enjoyed in his younger years. The Russian River School was a group of writers in San Francisco. Arthur and Robert were part of this group, and during that time, they enjoyed fruitful personal and professional activities.

Freddy's Wedding

Freddy's Wedding symbolizes...

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