The Hypnotist's Love Story Symbols & Objects

Liane Moriarty
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Chocolates

Ellen always has a bowl of chocolates in her office for her clients. She offers the luscious sweets as a small gesture of comfort when a client seems to be in distress.

Vintage Engagement Ring

Patrick buys Ellen a vintage engagement ring, instead of a new one, because he thinks that she will appreciate something that has a story. The stone in the ring is an aquamarine. It reminds Patrick of the ocean, which is also important to Ellen. This is a very thoughtful gesture on Patrick's part, and Ellen is very pleased with his thoughtfulness.

Boogie Board

Saskia sees a man at the beach carrying a boogie board. She decides that it might make her happy to have a sport like that to keep her occupied. She buys a wet suit and boogie board, even though she does not know how to use it. The...

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