My Cat Yugoslavia: A Novel Symbols & Objects

Pajtim Statovci
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Red Socks

The red socks that Sami wears on the plane are a symbol of his unique individuality. They attract Bekim to him and start their first conversation, which leads to love.

Clothing

The clothing that Bajran delivers to Emine is a symbol of his wealth and of the life that he promises to give to her. Emine is so materialistic and greedy that she refuses to let her family so much as look at the clothing.

The Black Cat

The black cat that Emine adopts at the end of the novel is a symbol of her independence. She was never truly cut out to be a mother or a wife, and she finds happiness only when she is allowed to live alone with her cat.

Candies

The candies that Emine buys before her wedding are a symbol for the future that she wants to have.

Coffee Mug

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