The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry Symbols & Objects

Rachel Joyce
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Dog

The dog never has a name other than “dog.” He arrives at Harold's side one day and just continues to follow him for miles and weeks of walking. One day, Harold realizes that the dog is no longer with him and he retraces his steps in search of the dog. The dog is at a bus stop with a little girl and they get on the bus together. Harold misses the dog but accepts that it's the dog's choice, and the dog's right to make that choice.

The Net Curtains

Maureen hangs the Net Curtains on the front window of their home after David's death in an effort to keep the neighbors from seeing anything inside their home. The Net Curtains hang in Harold and Maureen's house until one day when Maureen notices that it's a perfect day for washing. She takes down the curtains and...

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