Patty Jane's House of Curl Setting & Symbolism

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Trumpet

Harriet once wanted to learn to play the trumpet as a young girl. After meeting Avel, he agrees to pay for her to go to music school where she will learn to play the trumpet as well as the harp and take singing lessons. Later, Harriet will play the trumpet with Nora at her own wedding.

Harp

Harriet learns to play the harp in music school. Later, Harriet will play the harp as part of her job at the House of Curl.

Perfumed Bandanas and Monogrammed Aprons

Patty Jane insists that what makes her beauty salon different from others are the monogrammed aprons she uses for all her customers and the perfumed bandanas that are wrapped around the noses of the customers when fumes from perms or coloring smell up the shop.

Birdhouses

Thor wants to be an architect. Thor builds a model home for Patty Jane...

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