The Dog Symbols & Objects

Joseph O'Neill
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Astrominium

This was supposed to be the tallest apartment building complex in Dubai and much hype surrounded its anticipated construction. However, as the narrator writes, it was literally nothing more than the largest hole in the ground in Dubai because funding fell short. This building (or lack thereof) is indicative of the excesses and overreaching that occur among people and their dreams/ambitions.

The Pasha Chair

The Pasha Chair is a top-of-the-line massage chair. X routinely sits in the pasha chair at his apartment and looks out of his large windows at the skyscrapers that are being built. This thrill is taken from him when he witnesses one of the workers committing suicide from one of the taller buildings. Still, he considers the Pasha one of his greatest luxuries, and it is what he sits back down on while he's waiting for the police to come and...

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