Ruth Hall and Other Writings Setting & Symbolism

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Harry and Ruth's First Home

A haven in the countryside five miles from the city. This was a place where Harry and Ruth spend many happy days early in their marriage. It is also a sad place, because their first daughter, Daisy, dies here.

Daisy's Little Red Shoe

Ruth keeps this shoe as a keepsake after Daisy dies.

Daisy' Lock of Golden Hair

Ruth keeps this lock of Daisy's hair after she dies.

Dr. Hall's Wig

A cheap red wig that Dr. Hall wears most of the time.

Mrs. Hall's Cap

Mrs. Hall always wears this cap as a sign of her pious nature. Its strings flutter when she is agitated.

Harry's Wedding Vest

One of the few things of Harry's Ruth is able to keep after he dies.

Coral Pin

A pin belonging to Ruth that was a gift from Harry. Mrs. Millet forces Ruth to sell...

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