The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher Symbols & Objects

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Letter

A letter is written to Muhammad Ijaz by the husband of the narrator in the story “Sorry to Disturb.” The letter, brief and to the point, tells Ijaz that he must stop his attempts to woo the narrator in the effort to get the narrator to leave her husband and become Ijaz’s wife.

Stroller

In “Comma,” Mary Joplin is pushing a stroller filled with dirty laundry when she and the narrator meet again decades after their childhood friendship. Mary has developed a mental illness. She is speaking to the laundry in the stroller as though the laundry were a person.

Wine Glass

A wine glass is carried by the wife of the adulterous husband in “The Long QT.” The wife drops the wine glass, which shatters, upon discovery of her husband’s intent to cheat on her. The wine glass becomes symbolic of her own...

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