Symbolism in the Red Convertible Essay - 643 Words | …

he became serious and jumpy Susy- the girl the brothers met on their road trip Mom- Henry and Lyman's mother Lyman gains responsibility of a local restaurant but is devastated when it's destroyed by a tornado.
With insurance money from the restaurant, Lyman and Henry impulsively buy a red Olds Convertible.
The brothers took off on a road trip across Montana and Alaska.
They meet a girl named Susy and stayed with her family throughout the summer.
When the brothers got back to North Dakota, Henry had to get ready to leave for war.
Henry gave Lyman the key to the car.

The red convertible itself is by far the most prominent of the symbols in this story.
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FULLY RESTORED/PROVEN DRIVEN SHOW CONDITION/BEAUTIFUL
RANGOON RED/WHITE TOP/STRONG REBUILT 289cid/NEW
4v/ALUMINIZED DUALS/C-4 AUTOMATIC/EXCELLENT
MECHANICALS/FORD POWER STEERING/WORKING AIR
CONDITIONED/NEW GT FRONT DISCS/ALL BRAKING SYSTEM
FRESH/TOP SUSPENSION/SHELBY SWAY BAR/STYLED STEEL
WHEELS/WHITEWALL RADIALS/BLACK BUCKET INTERIOR/RARE
ORIGINAL WORKING RALLY PAC/SEAT BELTS/BLACK
BOOT/EXCELLENT DETAILED UNDERCHASSIS

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The fact that the car is red represents symbolism in regards to the story as well.
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