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Saving CeeCee Honeycutt Symbols & Objects

Beth Hoffman
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Shoes

Cecelia’s mother suffers from a psychological disorder that causes her to suffer mood swings from very high to very low with little middle ground. One of the ways that this disorder reveals itself is in the number of shoes she felt she had to have.

Bolshoi Ballet

The shoe salesman compares the amount of shoes Mrs. Honeycutt purchases to the entire collection owned by the Bolshoi Ballet.

Red-winged Blackbird

A red-winged blackbird is what Camille watches and tells Cecelia she wishes she could be. Camille sees herself as trapped in a life she doesn't belong in, and the blackbird is a symbol of the freedom she so desperately wants from the life she now has.

Snow Globe

When Cecelia finds her mother outside watching a red winged black bird, her mother tells her that she wishes she could be that bird and fly away, escaping...

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