Superfudge Symbols & Objects

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Peter’s Map of the World

Peter's map of the world - or, more specifically, the fact that it frequently falls from his bedroom wall - represents Peter's experience of change. His personal "world" is "falling" apart around him, as a result of his parents having a baby and later deciding to move the family to a new city, in the same way as his map "falls" whenever he slams his door in anger at the changes he is being forced to deal with.

Peter’s Crystal

Peter's crystal represents the closeness and connection he has developed with his friend Jimmy. Peter uses the crystal as a sort of aid to self-hypnosis, to help him get to sleep when he finds doing so difficult. When Jimmy finds out that Peter has used the crystal, Jimmy considers it a betrayal. Peter feels guilty about it, but at the...

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