One Day in December Symbols & Objects

Josie Silver
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The Bus

Laurie is on the bus the first time she sees Jack and falls in love at first sight. The bus symbolizes life. It follows a constant routine every day. It seems to move forward. Unless you get off of it, you are always doing the same thing. The bus provides opportunities to make changes. A person chooses when to get on the bus and off the bus. They also choose to speak to another person on the bus or to be silent.

Removing Carpet in the Apartment

Laurie and Sarah remove the carpet in the apartment without first getting the owner's permission. After removing it, both girls like the result, but have different views regarding doing the job without the landlord's permission. Their views represent their outlook on life. Sarah knows what she wants in life and is not afraid to do what is necessary...

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