Uncle Tom's Cabin

The Bible is both a practical item in the novel—it is the only book Uncle Tom owns—and a symbol for the endurance of his, and other’s, Christian faith. Tom manages to keep his Bible from… (read full symbol analysis)
George Shelby specifically identifies Uncle Tom’s cabin as a symbol at the end of the novel. The cabin is a home to Uncle Tom’s family and a place of love and support. Aunt Chloe works… (read full symbol analysis)