Pride: A Pride and Prejudice Remix Symbols & Objects

Ibi Zoboi
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Bushwick Farm

Bushwick Farm is the new restaurant that popped up in the Benitez family's neighborhood after the gentrification process began. Now, Charlise works there and enjoys the profit she gets from the high amount of money white people are willing to pay for 'farm-to-table' food in an up and coming restaurant. The restaurant represents the significant aesthetic and cultural changes taking place across Brooklyn due to the process known as gentrification, with the prices of land and associated taxes skyrocketing, and racial/ demographic changes taking place as an indirect result.

The Darcys' Rooftop

The Darcy's rooftop, where Zuri and Darius sit and talk after Carrie's disastrous party, represents the similarities which can exist between people or social classes even amidst a whole host of differences. Zuri and Darius live on the same street, one across from the other, yet their lives appear to be astronomically different...

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