Schizo Symbols & Objects

Nic Sheff
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The Crows

The black crows played a big part in the story each time Miles slipped mentally. The crows swarmed, picked at their prey, and signaled Miles when things were bad or were about to get bad. The color black is symbolic of death, evil, or the unknown. In this case, the evil/unknown would be accurate.

Each time Miles sensed and saw the black crows something bad happened. The crow itself is a bird that feeds on the dead carcasses of other animals. This is symbolic of Miles giving up on life and leaving what’s left to the crows that surround him every time he is distraught. This bird symbolizes mystery, the unknown, and trickery.

The Color White/ Cleanliness

When Miles spent the night with Eliza and woke in her room, he described it as white and pure. He described her kisses and the taste...

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