Nappily Ever After Symbols & Objects

Trisha R. Thomas
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Money

Money symbolizes desperation in the novel. All of the characters have previously experienced, or are continually experiencing, financial insecurity.

Sibling Bonds

Sibling bonds symbolize family relationships and destruction of the family structure in the novel. Clint and Cedric provide unwavering support for each other.

Regret

Regret symbolizes a repentance for youthful mistakes or oversights in the novel. Throughout the novel, all of the characters display some measure of regret for the decisions they made in the past mostly because of their continuance into the future. For example, Clint regrets his inability to commit to Venus earlier on.

Home

Home symbolizes the physical foundation of a relationship in the novel. When Darcy kicks Clint out of their home, the fabric of the bond also begins to crumble.

Sex

Sex symbolizes a lack of heightened emotional connection early in the novel. Kandi and Clint find themselves in a...

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