The First Phone Call From Heaven Symbols & Objects

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Porcelain Angel (Giselle’s remains)

Sully is handed the angel urn when he goes to the funeral home to pick up Giselle's remains. He can't decide what to do with them so he takes them home. The urn and her ashes represent his grief over her death and his inability to move forward. At the end of the story, he is able to take her ashes to the cemetery, indicating that he's made his peace with her death.

Giselle's Name

Giselle's name, translated, means 'pledge'. Throughout the novel, Giselle appears to Sully in his dreams, memories, and in a connection from heaven. She is 'pledged' to him from even beyond the grave.

Phones

The phones are the connection devices that the people use to communicate with their dead loved ones. Throughout the novel references to phones as a way for people to connect is emphasized, even providing...

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