Sisters One Two Three Symbols & Objects

Nancy Star
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Ginger's daily routine

Ginger’s daily routine symbolizes her reaction to Charlie’s death. Ginger is overprotective of Julia, wanting no harm to come to her. To ensure certainty every second of the day, Ginger plans everything out, and accounts for every second each day. She hopes this will negate the potential for accidents, like the one suffered by Charlie.

Glory's lecture

Glory’s lecture symbolizes the end of childhood. When Ginger turns thirteen, Glory lectures her on the reality of becoming a young woman. Glory tells Ginger not to marry someone more than five years older than her, and tells her that dreamtime is over. When Ginger gets home from school, she learns she will now not only have to share a room with Mimi, but Callie as well, crushing Ginger’s childhood dreams of having her own room. The lecture also presages some very adult...

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