We're All Damaged Symbols & Objects

Matthew Norman
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Jeter the cat

Jeter symbolizes how Andy manages relationships. There is a sense of desperation in Andy to be able to come home to someone and have them feed him. However, like Jeter, Andy is particular about how he is taken care of. There is a sense that Andy wants to develop relationships on his own terms, making both he and Jeter appear self-centered and angry. Jeter, like Andy, wants his own space, but he also appreciates what Andy does for him, which is symbolized in the dead mice Jeter brings to Andy’s front door. Andy has friends that want to help him move on from the divorce, and Andy appreciates their intentions, which is symbolized in the way Andy shows up for the blind date that was set up for him even though he did not really want to go. However, like Jeter, Andy is...

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