Objects & Places from And the Earth Did Not Devour Him

Tomás Rivera
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The Water Tank

This symbol in the novel represents the desperation of the workers and the greed of the boss in the story "The Children Couldn't Wait."

The Ring

This object symbolizes guilt. It is given to the narrator by Dona Bone and Don Laito in "Hand in His Pocket."

Telephone Operator

This symbol in the story represents the narrator's father's ambitions for his son. He believes that if he can achieve a position such as this one, he will have money.

Carpentry

This symbol in the novel represents upward mobility for the laborers in the vignette "One Afternoon a Minister..."

The Devil Mask

This object, belonging to Don Rayos, is discovered by the narrator in "A Silvery Night" and represents the narrator's fascination with theology.

Heat Stroke

This ailment is suffered by the narrator's father and brother while they work in the fields.

Tuberculosis

This ailment is...

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