The Likeness Symbols & Objects

Tana French
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Photo of Lexie and Her Friends

The photo of Lexie and her friends represents longing. When Cassie first sees this picture, she longs for the closeness that Lexie and her friends have. It reminds her of her friendship with Rob. Later, the picture again represents longing when Cassie gives this picture to Abby. She keeps the picture because she longs for what she lost, and she does not want to forget what they were like together.

Lexie’s Clothes

Lexie’s clothes represent change. When Cassie puts on these clothes for the first time she is symbolically turning into Lexie. The clothes also represent the change in Cassie and Sam’s relationship. They will be separated for a significant amount of time while Cassie is doing the undercover work.

Diary

The diary represents secrets. The first thing Cassie tries to locate when she is alone in Whitethorn...

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