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Take the book you are currently reading and open it to a random
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"Parker looked into the rearview mirror, searching for signs of herself but she could not see her reflection at all. The song poured into the car as she drove along, but then cut out unexpectedly as the car swerved around beyond her control." pg 45
Letters in Cardboard Boxes
by Abby Slovin
I am on page 46, so I already know that this is a dream. But I think there is something significant about the way Parker searches for signs of herself in the mirror because it seems to be something she struggles with. I know think she knows exactly who she is just yet and I think this dream is a representation of that.
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