Landscape With Invisible Hand Symbols & Objects

M.T. Anderson
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The Dining Room

The dining room is symbolic of a bygone era when families sat down to meals together and had close, wholesome relationships. Adam says the dining room in his home has never been used and that he and Nattie make jokes about the possibility of being sucked into a black hole if they try to have a meal there.

Adam's Landscapes

Adam's landscapes symbolize the world as Adam sees it now. For a short time, Adam hopes the landscapes will be his family's way out of poverty. When he chooses to submit the landscapes instead of the still life painting, the paintings symbolize his determination to be true to himself rather than simply giving in to the vuvv's control.

The Landscape

The word “landscape” appears in the title of the novel, and it symbolizes the fact that Adam becomes invisible after he loses the art...

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