The Easter Parade Setting & Symbolism

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Letters from Sarah

Through the course of the novel, Emily receives multiple letters from her sister Sarah, most of which belie the terror going on in Sarah's life.

Articles

Emily begins writing multiple articles throughout her life, but she never completes a single one.

Dog

Emily adopts a dog while living with Jack in Iowa City. Jack accuses her of using the dog to fill a hole not having a child has left.

Tree

Emily and Jack make love under a tree while walking one day. Jack later uses this afternoon for one of his poems in a new book of poetry that is published after Emily leaves him.

New York Sun

Walter Grimes is a copy writer for the New York Sun when his daughters are young.

Food Feild Observer

Emily works for a time for a food magazine called the Food Field Observer. This is where...

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