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The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend Symbols & Objects

Katarina Bivald
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Broken Wheel

Broken Wheel is symbolic of most small towns in America – towns that have been made obsolete by the cities that are nearby and that are slowly dying out as a lack of jobs force the younger generations to go further afield to make a living.

Amy’s House

Amy’s house is located within walking distance of the center of Broken Wheel. When Sara arrives, expecting to be Amy’s guest for several weeks, Amy is dead and Sara finds herself adrift in a strange country, in a town where she knows no one. Despite that, townsfolk welcome her and she is surprised to discover their expectations that she not only stay as planned, but that she stay in Amy’s house as she instructed. Amy’s house comes to symbolize the embodiment of small town hospitality.

Oak Trees

Oak trees are a beautiful part...

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