Sag Harbor

Describe symbolism in Sag Harbor by Colson Whitehead

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One symbol in the novel, Sag Harbor, is Bobby's car. To his friends, the car symbolizes Bobby's mother's "servitude" to a white employer. To Bobby.... it's a set of wheels, something no one else has.... and he'll take it.

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