P.S. From Paris Symbols & Objects

Marc Levy
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Lauren and Arthur

Lauren and Arthur are symbols of the perfect married couple. Paul writes a novel about their relationship, and he idolizes their union.

Chanterelles

The chanterelles that Daisy cooks for Mia when she first arrives at her apartment are a symbol of love and comfort.

Dating Site

The dating site that Mia and Paul meet through is a symbol of fate. It is the machine through which they come together.

Cell Phone

The phone that Paul leaves with Mia is another symbol of fate. They leave things casual after their date, but the phone forces them back together.

Scented Candles

The scented candles are a symbol of artifice. Daisy hates having them in her kitchen and prefers the smell of real food cooking.

Planes

Planes are a symbol of fear for Paul. He is terrified of flying, but he gets on a plane anyways, thus...

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