The Last Mrs. Parrish Symbols & Objects

Liv Constantine
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Roses

The roses that Jackson sends Daphne are a symbol of his cloying presence in her life. The amount of them overwhelms her and makes her feel sick.

Turtles

Turtles are a symbol of terror for Daphne. She developed a phobia of them when she was a child and had been bitten by one. Jackson takes advantage of this bit of knowledge and sporadically places figurines of turtles all over their home.

Jackson's Gun

Jackson's gun is a symbol of his violence and power over Daphne and, later, Amber. He threatens them both with the gun in order to make them comply with his wishes.

The New York City Public Library

The library is a symbol of knowledge and information. Amber likes to visit the library and luxuriate in the fact that everything she needs in order to orchestrate her plans and manipulate those around her can...

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