The Mare Symbols & Objects

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Ginger’s Ring

Ginger's ring symbolizes Velvet’s relationship with Ginger. Even though Ginger asked Velvet if she wanted one of her rings, Velvet did not take one right away. She instead went behind Ginger’s back and stole it.

Blond Keychain Doll

This small doll, which is the only one that Velvet ever had, represents Ginger. It has blond hair, like Ginger, and Velvet puts the ring she took from Ginger on the doll. When she puts the doll inside her cotton box full of items that are special to her, Velvet feels like she has Ginger in her box. Later, when Velvet realizes that Ginger will never be able to fully understand her life in Brooklyn, she throws the doll down the sewer.

Big Rusty Horseshoe

This horseshoe represents the time that Velvet spent learning how to ride horses her first summer at Ginger’s...

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