Which of these identifies one way in which Silas's loom serves as a symbol in the novel?
It represents Silas's seclusion and his obsession with gold.
It represents the narrow religious beliefs of Lantern Yard.
It represents Silas's excommunication.
It represents the comforts of home and family.
The contrast of Lantern Yard with Raveloe is that the latter does not attach much importance to religion.Ironically; this is where Silas [ [ ] ]
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