The Woman in the Window: A Novel Symbols & Objects

A. J. Finn
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Nikon D5500

This camera represents one of the ways in which Anna interacts with her world. She uses the zoom lens to look into other people’s homes and live vicariously through them.

Anna’s Computer

Anna’s computer represents her window to the world. Because she is agoraphobic Anna is able to interact with other people in no other way than through the internet. She plays chess, counsels other agoraphobes, and even orders her groceries through the World Wide Web.

Umbrella

This umbrella represents Anna’s need to live in an enclosed space — one she can control. Dr. Fielding has Anna hold this umbrella in front of her so that it appears the outside is a manageable space. This is an exercise to help Anna learn to go outside again without fear.

Merlot

The merlot that Anna drinks symbolizes an escape. When Anna drinks she experiences...

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