Maud's Line Symbols & Objects

Margaret Verble
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Blue Wagon Cover

Booker’s bright blue wagon cover symbolizes happiness for Maud. When she first sees it, she is certain no one would ever choose that color unless they wanted to make people happy. While Booker is town, Maud continuously looks for the blue of his wagon cover in hopes of seeing him, and each time she sees it, it makes her happy. Maud first realizes that Booker is gone when she looks for the blue of his wagon cover at Mr. Singer’s and does not see it. After that, she becomes depressed about her future. When Booker finally returns, it is in a bright blue car. His return and assurance that he loves her and wants to marry her makes Maud happy again.

Snakes

Snakes are significant to Maud because they represent the violence that surrounds her life on the Indian allotment land. Maud...

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