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You Should Have Known Symbols & Objects

Jean Hanff Korelitz
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Unlovely Ceramic Mug

This ceramic mug is a symbol of love. Grace describes the mug as being unlovely, but she keeps it in her office because her son, Henry, made it for her. It is the only thing from her old office that she chooses to use in her new office.

Grace’s Book

Grace’s book is a symbol of her happiness and confidence in her life. After Grace learned how little she actually knew about Jonathan’s personality, she wondered how she could ever have been so arrogant as to tell people how to go about choosing a spouse.

Marjorie Reinhart’s Jewelry

Marjorie Reinhart’s jewelry represents Grace’s incorrect assessment of her parents’ marriage. Grace had always believed that her parents had a happy marriage. She thought that her father picked out jewelry for her mother as symbols of his love for her...

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