Summer Sisters Symbols & Objects

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A Laminated Shower

This new laminated shower stall is an important symbol in the novel as it reminded Vix of the first time she felt her father acknowledged she was important as a person. He had just installed the shower and all of the children were clamoring to be the first to try it out. Vix’s father chose her to use it first because she was the oldest.

The Flying Horses

The Flying Horses, a carousel, is a symbol of the relationship between Bru and Vix. It was at this carousel that Vix first met Bru. When Vix returned to the island after her senior year in high school she arranged them to see one another the first time on this carousel.

A Fish Head

This fish head is a symbol of the attraction between Caitlin and Von. When Caitlin had learned Von was working at...

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