The War With Grandpa Symbols & Objects

Robert Kimmel Smith
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Attic Room

This is the room that Peter has to move into when his grandfather moves into his old room. It is a scary place to him and he feels as if he is being shuffled off like so much debris. However, as he begins to settle in to the new room he realizes that it is not that bad. He still wishes he had his old room, though.

This room represents Peter's coming of age, maturity. When he moves into the attic room he sorts through and leaves behind many of the older toys from when he was much younger, indicating that he is growing up.

Letter of Declaration

When Peter tells his friends about the situation with his grandfather, they tell him that he needs to fight to get his room back. They come up with a plan for Peter to wage war against his...

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