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The Shining

The Shining

  

by Stephen King

The Shining: Symbols True or False

1. For Jack, what is symbolic of his conflict with George Hatfield? -> Hunting cap
2. After a night of drunken carousing, Al Shockley and Jack run into what? -> Bicycle
3. What is a symbol of children's literature? -> Bluebeard
4. What is hanging at the 1945 masquerade ball? -> Party signs
5. What is the ultimate symbol of Jack's childhood trauma? -> Cane

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