Master Harold and the Boys Symbols & Objects

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Men of Magnitude

Men of Magnitude is the title Sam and Hally give to their list of people who have been significant social reformers.

Hally's Books

Hally uses his school textbooks to educate Sam in topics like history and mathematics.

Sam's Room

Sams' room at the Jubilee Boarding House became a safe haven for Hally while he was growing up. It was there that he and Sam forged their close relationship.

Kite

The kite that Sam made from a couple of wooden sticks and Hally's mother's old stocking brings back fond memories for Hally. To him, it symbolizes a fun day in his childhood but to Sam, it symbolizes his effort to get Hally to look up and avoid feeling shame.

Ballroom Dancing

Throughout the play, Sam and Willie are preparing for a ballroom dancing competition. Sam equates dancing with beauty, fluidity and a world in which...

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