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The Alice Network Symbols & Objects

Kate Quinn
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Scrap of Paper with an English Address

This scrap of paper with an English address is a symbol of Charlie’s deviation from her mother’s wishes. Charlie’s mother has brought her overseas so they can see a doctor who will end Charlie’s pregnancy. Charlie, however, has a different idea about her trip to England. She uses it as a way to continue her search for Rose.

Wedding Band

This wedding band symbolizes respectability. Charlie buys this ring at a pawn shop and wears it in order to make the people who might judge her think she is married. She even makes up a story about her imagined husband, a man named Donald McGowan who served in the war and died in a car wreck shortly after he returned home.

Melted Clock

This melted clock represents the complete destruction and end of the village that...

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