Summer of '69 Symbols & Objects

Elin Hilderbrand
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Red Roses

The red roses are a symbol of romance and love. Joey sends these roses to Blair while she is teaching a class. Her students are excited by the roses and see them as a display of romantic love.

Silver Lighter

This silver lighter is a symbol of a broken relationship. Joey gives this lighter to Blair as a reminder that he will always love her and that he loved her before his brother did. Despite his promise of love, Joey chooses instead to go to a party when Blair asks him to come to Nantucket to visit her. Blair realizes Joey’s promise of endless love was only a show to make Angus jealous. She throws the lighter onto Plumb Lane from the backyard of All’s Fair.

Missed Button

This missed button represents a broken relationship. Blair believes that Angus is having an affair...

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