To All the Boys I've Loved Before Symbols & Objects

Jenny Han
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Hatbox

The teal hatbox, given to Lara Jean by her mother in which she keeps the love letters written to all her former crushes, is symbolic of Lara Jean’s old way of life which will give way to a happier, more fulfilled way of life as the novel progresses. Because the hatbox was a gift from Lara Jean’s mom, it represents being tied to unhappy ideas from the past. The letters were written for Lara Jean’s eyes only, because she prefers things to remain imaginary rather than venturing out into the real world. The letters being sent out into the real world by Kitty foreshadows Lara Jean herself being forced out into engaging with real life as a result of the letters being sent.

Scotland

Scotland, where Margot moves to at the start of the novel to attend college, is symbolic of the psychological...

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