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    Doodle to correspond with other children because he wants to avoid embarrassment of having a younger brother who cannot walk, this is only a battle with his self worth. As the narrative continues, Hurst utilizes three symbols to show the complexity of sibling relationships. The first symbol is the application of seasons. The story begins talking about seasons in this quotation, “It was in the clove of the seasons, summer was…

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    In this paper, I am going to cover 3 cultural symbols that I have no knowledge of. The three symbols that I decided to use are, coexist, hear no evil/see no evil/speak no evil, and the inverted pentagram. Coexist basically revolves around, a symbol meaning you do not have to accept Jesus as your one and only savior. Hear no evil/see no evil/speak no evil on the other hand means exactly what it says; In other words, stay far away from evil. In closing, I will talk about the inverted pentagram.…

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    Apart and Poisonwood Bible there are so many symbols analyzing the book. Symbols are a person, place, or thing helped to represent a bigger picture. These symbols are made to help create meanings within stories, to help represent something, or create a metaphor in literary pieces. However symbols can have various meanings whether it vivid or deep. For example black is usually use to symbolize something bad such as death or evil. To find out these symbols you have to analyze the story, and what…

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    objects also known as Symbols. Symbols are the most notable literary element throughout Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. There are three symbols throughout the book; the first is the color Red. Second symbol is the color Gold. And lastly the Darkness and shadows. These three symbolic elements are used to describe character feelings and or themes in the book. They are also used to convey ideas and clarify meanings on a more advanced level of interpretation. The first symbol Red. To…

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    sorts of symbols and conflicts, especially in literature that’s what makes reading it so interesting, the things these authors can do with words. I have chosen three different works; Survivors by Kim Addonizio, American Gothic by John Stone and, The Blizzard by David Ives. In this paper, I am going to give you some examples of symbols and conflicts in these works and my responses/thoughts on those topics. The Blizzard was written in 2006, in this there were many different conflicts and symbols…

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    Spotlights In almost every piece of literature you find certain words or descriptive objects that point towards a meaning that the author is trying to convey. Although sometimes one can look right over them and not notice them at all. These symbols play a key role in helping to move along a piece, as well as to help expose any meaning the author is hoping to expose. One such meaning is from “The Pardoner’s Tale,” Geoffrey Chaucer, which takes place and was written during the middle ages.…

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    In the story “A Rose for Emily” it has many symbols that gives the story a new meaning. Symbols are used to show a hidden meaning to the story. It also helps you understand the story in a whole new perspective. Which is what the author is trying to do so you understand the story easier than it is. For example, a lion can mean like a king or power. Symbols are used in everyday life like shapes, monuments, or art. An example for it is the monuments or statues they have so many meanings like…

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    change that (Wyatt). Her family was slaveholders and Chopin represents this into some of the imagery and symbols that are portrayed in some of her works. She died in 1904 leaving her voice in her works (Wyatt). Some of her works include: The Awakening, “A Respectable Woman”, and “The Story of an Hour” (Wyatt). In the short story “Desiree’s Baby”, Kate Chopin uses characters, themes, and symbols to explore female independence in order to produce a change. The characters in “Desiree’s Baby” play…

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    incidents, or words can have many purposes. One way to achieve this is through the use of symbol, allegory, and fantasy. They can give the story a richer meaning without the addition of extra words, but they require careful attention from the reader. “Roman Fever” by Edith Wharton is replete with symbols that give the narrative a deeper meaning which help illustrate the theme. According to Perrine, a symbol is “something that means more than what it suggests on the surface” (301). This can…

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    100). Throughout literature authors include symbols within their writing. These symbols are often obvious to the reader, but sometimes the reader must make inferences to uncover the symbol and its meaning . Nathaniel Hawthorne is very well known for his use of symbols in American literature. In Hawthorne's novel The Scarlet Letter, many symbols appear over the course of the seven years the story covers. Hawthorne includes objects, people, and places as symbols to try to reveal a deeper truth or…

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