Supermarket Symbols & Objects

Bobby Hall
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Flynn's Notebook

Flynn's Moleskin notebook is a symbol of his commitment to being a serious writer after his breakup with Lola. Flynn carries the notebook with him everywhere he goes, and jots down notes about the people he interacts with and the situations he encounters while working at Muldoon's, all material he uses to write his novel.

Photo of Flynn and Lola

The photograph Flynn keeps in his wallet of himself and Lola is a symbol of his heartache and difficulty letting go of this relationship, even months after it has ended. In Chapter 10, Flynn finally tears up the photo and throws it away because of his newfound devotion to Mia and his commitment to moving on. "The picture had become a burden," he explains, "A weight I carried around at all times. A symbol of my inability to move forward. It had to go" (142).

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