Snap Symbols & Objects

Belinda Bauer
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Knives

The knives represent lies. Adam lies about his involvement in Eileen’s death. He has a second knife made so it will not appear that he lost his knife at the crime scene. Adam lies to Catherine about the knife when he finds it in her underwear drawer. He tells her that he had lost it. Jack points out to Catherine that Adam had to be looking for the knife, knowing it had been moved.

Newspapers

The newspapers are symbols of Eileen. Arthur orders these subscriptions when his wife goes missing in an attempt to get any bit of information that he can about her. Arthur will not throw the papers away because they become physical representations of his wife. Later, after Arthur leaves the family, Joy hoards the newspapers just like her father did.

Family Photo

This family photo is a symbol of love and...

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