The Candymakers Symbols & Objects

Wendy Mass
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Secret ingredient tin

The Candymaker’s secret ingredient tin is kept in a filing cabinet in the Cocoa Room. It is surprisingly unguarded and easy to access. The tin becomes the objective of Daisy when she is employed by Philip’s father and Second Enterprise. Daisy first seeks to steal the tin, but then morally turns against the plot instead. Philip himself comes to want to steal the tin – not to use it, but to protect it against his father. Logan’s father ultimately reveals the secret ingredient and tin to Logan, Daisy, Philip, and Miles at the end of the novel. The tin is empty, save for the reflection of their faces at the bottom. Logan’s father explains the secret ingredients are actually the people who make the candy, and the love they pour into what they do.

Butterflies

Butterflies are seen as metaphorical for...

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