Luckiest Girl Alive Symbols & Objects

Jessica Knoll
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Emerald Engagement Ring

This emerald engagement ring that Luke gave Ani symbolizes the perfection she believes she has achieved in her life. The ring was Luke’s grandmother’s ring, a family heirloom. Ani felt that in order for her to participate in the documentary about a shooting at her high school she had to have that ring on her finger. It is a symbol that she had checked all the boxes in her life proving that she had her dream job as well as a finance who was loaded.

Bright Green Pen

This pen that wrote in bright green ink is at first a symbol of Ani’s attempt to show her support for Bradley, her new school. Later, when detectives find the ink from her pen in her handwriting in Arthur’s yearbook, they think that Ani is involved in helping to plan the shooting...

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