The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
by F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Symbolism, Imagery, Allegory
The Dress Suit
When Roger Button goes to the store to buy clothes for his son, he is distressed to find that there are no suitable outfits for a 70-year-old man. The problem, of course, is that he’s looking...
Hair Dye, Glasses, Fake Whiskers
When Benjamin is a child, his father makes him dye his hair brown so that he doesn’t look so old. Later, when Benjamin appears to be a child, his son Roscoe wants him to wear fake eyeglasses...