Noggin Symbols & Objects

John Corey Whaley
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Travis’ Scar

Throughout the narrative, the scar on Travis’ neck (the point at which his head was surgically attached to Jeremy Pratt’s body) becomes a physical representation of both what happened to him in the past (what amounts to death and coming back to life) and what he’s facing in the present (what amounts to coming back into a new identity and life).

Jeremy Pratt’s Body

From the neck down – from the scar down – Travis has the body of Jeremy Pratt, a muscly, athletic teenager. It’s a body that takes Travis some getting used to, but which he’s happy to have: even though the body, and particularly its hands, are not as coordinated as he’s used to, other parts of his anatomy (such as the sexual organs, as Travis makes a point of noting) are more developed than his old ones...

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