the anwswer is wealth, i just took the test!
Symbolism in literature is defined as the representation of a conceptual or an abstract idea or thought through a person, object, etc. that implies a 'symbolic meaning' as suggested by the author.
In "The Call of the Wild", the 'Lost Cabin' symbolize 'wealth' for men in the book as it represents 'desire for riches and affluences'. The lost cabin in the novel by Jack London signifies the symbolic(abstract) idea of human's longingness for 'riches and opulences' in the world. Thus, option D is the correct answer.
Safety is the correct answer.
The Call of the Wild is a book written by Jack London, an American writer and journalist. The book is a short adventure novel set in Canada in the last decade of the 19th century. Buck is a dog that is also the main character of the novel; he is stolen and sold as a sled dog in Alaska where he progressively becomes feral due to the environment.
In this difficult context, The Lost Cabin symbolizes safety for the men who have to struggle against all the problems that might be found.