Three Times Lucky Symbols & Objects

Sheila Turnage
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Hurricane Amy

Hurricane Amy in and of itself is significant to the story, but it also represents certain aspects of "Three Times Lucky." The storm itself is significant to the story because the murder investigation comes to a climax during the worst part of the storm, making the scene dramatic for the reader. It's also a metaphor for the storm of events going on Tupelo Landing, as well as the storm of emotions going on for Mo.

A hurricane is a fierce storm that floods streets, knocks down trees, and blows heavy objects around. By nature, a hurricane is a strong force that has the power to completely change the landscape of wherever it lands. Tupelo Landing is a small rural town in North Carolina with a population of 148 people. Its townspeople are used to calm and predictable, and Mr. Jesse's murder, learning the truth about the...

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