The Guineveres Symbols & Objects

Sarah Domet
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Lucky Talisman/Human Ear

This item symbolizes Ginny’s love for her boy and her wish to keep him close to her. Ginny finds a brown leathery item in her boy’s box. She does not know what it is, but decides it is his lucky talisman and keeps it. Later, when Sister Fran reveals that the item is a human ear, Ginny decides the ear represents a mistake her boy made.

Wooden Toy

Win finds a wooden toy in her boy’s box and keeps it as a symbol of her love for him. Later, the author reveals that Win never loved her boy, but pretended she did because she loved The Guineveres. She keeps the toy on her mantle as a symbol of her time as part of The Guineveres.

Gwen’s Boy’s Ring

Gwen finds a ring in her boy’s box, which...

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