Three Wishes Symbols & Objects

Liane Moriarty
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Car Parks

Car Parks are a symbol of Lyn’s inability to handle everything that life throws at her on her own. Although Lyn projects a confident and responsible demeanor at all times, the strain of dealing with her young daughter Maddie became too much for her on a shopping trip which resulted in Lyn having a panic attack in a car park. Rather than confront her problem, or tell her husband or sisters about what was happening to her, Lyn decided to repress her anxiety problem which was symbolized in the novel by Lyn deciding to avoid car parks altogether.

Push-Up Bra

Kara bought Lyn a Push-Up Bra when Lyn contracted the chickenpox. This was a symbol of Kara’s love for Lyn and her growing understanding that Lyn suffered from the same sort of anxieties and issues that Kara suffered from, even though Lyn presented...

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