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To Hell With Dying Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Mr. Sweet's guitar

Mr. Sweet's old steel guitar, which he would still play and sing songs to the children. During the "revivals," the narrator's brother would pick it up and play it, doing an impression of Mr. Sweet. After Mr. Sweet's death, he leaves the guitar to the narrator, who plays on it Mr. Sweet's favorite song.

Mr. Sweet's hair and beard

Mr. Sweet's long, white, kinky hair and beard were loved by the children, especially the narrator. She would put her hands in it, comb it, and braid it. The narrator was always devastated when Mr. Sweet would cut it.

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