Symbolism In Eudora Wealthy's A Worn Path

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Symbolism is something that has a meaning to it. We all use it to demonstrate Objects, person, situation, and events or actions. It’s a technique used in literature. For example wedding rings are worn to symbolize a lasting union that a couple had entered into. Phoenix Jackson is a symbol of an Egyptian Bird “ She described as being elderly and near the end of life” Phoenix has traveled through her life and she has came to a point where it’s time for her to go.( Symbolism in A Worn Path By Eudora Wealthy) The color Red “Old women with her head tied in a red rag” This represents that the feathers of a phoenix bird are red. (A Worn Path, 1941) Gold “Her color running beneath her skin had a pattern’ The gold on her forehead shows the shininess of the bird. ( Symbolism of A Worn Path)…show more content…
(Scholar Sacrifice ‘ Fearless efforts and love for her only grandson she is successful at retrieving the medicine. Phoenix makes a long journey during the winter just to get medicine for her grandson. (View Paper) Nurse “The hurdles that come in everyone’s life”. The nurse was just a problem she was asking questions instead of just getting her the medicine. (123HelpMe) The White Hunter “Doesn’t the gun scare you” The white hunter is trying to scare phoenix away she thought that she had seen her get the nickel that she got from the floor. But then ends up letting her go. (123HelpMe) Grandson “ When phoenix dies, her spirit of the phoenix bird will live on her nephew who must likely will live a long, happy life” So it says that the grandson would be the next phoenix in the family. (

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