Whitney, My Love Setting & Symbolism

Judith McNaught
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Dresses and jewelry

Clayton, as part of his betrothal agreement with Martin Stone, pays for Whitney to buy new dresses and jewelry before her return to England from France.

Emerald Necklace

Clayton provides Whitney with an emerald necklace the night of her coming home party to match her dress. Martin tells his daughter the necklace belonged to her mother, but Whitney knows it does not. However, Whitney does not question her father about this lie.

Opal Ring

Paul gives Whitney an opal ring as a betrothal ring before speaking to her father about their possible betrothal. Whitney rushes to show the ring to her father and learns about her betrothal to Clayton as a result.

Diamond Ring

Clayton gives Whitney a diamond ring for their betrothal ring. Whitney removes this ring after she and Clayton become estranged in reaction to his removal of the ring she gave him...

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