The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Symbols & Objects

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The Pants

The jeans that Carmen buys at the thrift store come to symbolize the strong and powerful influence that all of the girl’s friendship has on them. Though they are all very different in temperament, shape, and size, even ethnicity, the jeans look good on each of them. This suggests that where friendship is concerned, differences don’t matter as much as the similarities. More than that, each member wears the jeans in a little different way, reinforcing that their greatest gift to one another is the acceptance of who each member is as a person.

The Plane Trays

Carmen takes a few items off of a plane tray when they are offered to her. She admires the organized and neat way that everything is arranged and is many respects this indicates her frame of mind and her personality. She has predetermined notions of what...

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