Picadilly Jim Symbols & Objects

Wodehouse, P. G.
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Ann’s red hair

Ann’s red hair symbolizes her stubborn and mischievous nature as well as her beauty and singularity. Both Mr Pett and Jimmy comment that her hair color is responsible for her temperament. Jimmy is drawn to her unique red, gold hair, recalling that he has seen it before. He believes there is nothing else like it, just like there is no other woman like Ann.

Baseball

Baseball symbolizes home, the United States of America, to Mr Crocker. His passion for the sport represents his passion for his native land. When he finds out the British equivalent is played by children, he feels even more homesick and misunderstood in his adopted country.

Cricket

Cricket symbolizes British high culture. Mrs Crocker believes it is important for her husband to follow the sport as it is a sport for the British aristocracy. She wants him to...

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