The Silent Wife Symbols & Objects

A. S. A. Harrison
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Condo

Todd and Jodi live in a beautiful lakefront condo in Chicago. It is beautifully furnished and Jodi creates a sanctuary for them as an escape from the world. Actually, Jodi loves the condo and their lifestyle more than she loves Todd because when he orders her to vacate during their separation, it is the possibility of losing her way of life that sets her on the path to murder.

Rajput painting

The Rajput painting is small, elegant and refined, all of which characterize Jodi perfectly. The woman in the painting seems serene and protected in the surroundings of a beautiful garden, all of which symbolize Jodi's life.

Porsche

Todd envisions himself to be a mover and shaker and the Porsche symbolizes his view of himself. While he is driving the Porsche on his way to meet Ilona for lunch, he sees a Ferrari and decides that...

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