Say You're Sorry Symbols & Objects

Melinda Leigh
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Minivan

Morgan drives a minivan throughout the novel. The minivan is a symbol of motherhood.

Glitter

Morgan's house is always full of glitter. Glitter is a symbol of the childish innocence and joy that her daughters enjoy.

Shoebox

Phillip Emerson keeps a shoebox full of pictures of Tessa and a lock of her hair in his closet. The shoebox is a symbol of his obsession.

Thimbles and Spoons

Jennifer Kruger keeps hundreds of thimbles and spoons in a cabinet in her house. They are a symbol of the past. They represent her desire to cling onto random objects that remind her of a time when her husband was still with her.

Letter from John

John wrote Morgan a letter before he died. Morgan is unable to open the letter for over two years. The letter is a symbol of endings and closure. Morgan finally opens it at...

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