The, The And, And Its Effects On The Refugee Center Essay
- Hushpuppy has to swim for a long distance and takes a ship owned by a strange guy to go to a restaurant where she thinks her mother is at. The long-distanced swimming challenge represents the ordeal she has to face while passing from Bathtub, her everyday world, to the world her mother lives in.
- The village doesn’t get better even after the explosion. Worse, people from the city find Bathtub and forces Bathtub people to move to the city refugee center. The lost of the last hope of Bathtub to be successfully reconstructed, freedom, and homes suffocates Hushpuppy and other villagers.
- Hushpuppy describes the refugee center as a “fish tank with no water,” suggesting how restrained she feels in the city. She is forced to wear city-girl dress and is separated from her father. In addition, city people take away things…