Analysis Of Kingsolver's Short Essay Called Out

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Kingsolver’s short essay “Called Out” portrays her fascination with how species of wildflowers managed to withstand Arizona’s harsh desert climate. The Sonoran Desert, usually a rather barren land consisting of dull, lifeless, monochromes, underwent a major transformation as El Nino’s downpours sparked the blossoming of vibrant, ephemeral flowers. Due to the short-lived nature of these plants, they are genetically programed to only blossom under rainy seasons. Unfortunately, Arizona’s deceitful feminine and masculine rains served as a means of trickery into premature blooming among these seeds for the longest time. However, after a millennia of having endured the misleading weather patterns, the seeds began to program for longer dormancy, which

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