What is the symbolic meaning of dancing in the play "Master Harold...and the Boys" by Athol Fugard?
In the play Master Harold...and the Boys by Athol Fugard , dancing is one of the two major symbols Fugard uses, the other being the brown-paper kite. Sam dreams of a collision-free ballroom floor where no one trips, stumbles or...
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Dancing is essentially one of the most important elements in the story as it shows how you can 'dance your problems away.' Dancing relieves stress and eliminates collisions. Furthermore, dancing is shown as a harmonic symbol as no one bumps into each other and everyone lives without difficult situations.