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Picture Me Gone Symbols & Objects

Meg Rosoff
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A Photo of Mila

Mila often studies this picture of the dog who shares the same name as her. The original Mila was a Bedlington terrier. In the picture the dog looks as if she would prefer to be running instead of standing for a picture. She isn’t facing the person taking her picture so Mila wonders also about the identity of the person holding the camera. The photo is a representation of Mila, the human’s, background and her intense curiosity about what is going on in the minds of both people and dogs.

A Map of Underground Tunnels

This map that Cat made of London’s underground tunnels represents both her creativity and desire to have a way to disappear from her unhappy life.

A Guidebook

Suzanne gives Gil and Mila this tourists’ guidebook before they set off the try to locate Matthew’s...

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