Take Me With You Symbols & Objects

Catherine Ryan Hyde
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Cameras

When August takes Seth and Henry on their summer road trip, he buys each of them a disposable camera to take photos of what they like. They had never had cameras before or traveled very far from their home. Seth also begins to use August's digital camera to capture images of the mountains and canyons scenery. The cameras symbolize how August totally opened up their lives by exposing them to things they had never before experienced.

The Philip bottle

The iced tea bottle filled with Philip's ashes symbolize Philip's presence on the trips. Philip was supposed to have been with August on a trip to Yellowstone so taking his ashes is the best that August can do now. Philip had loved bottled iced tea and had left a partial one on the dinner table when he left to run errands with his mother on the night...

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