Where There's A Wall Summary

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The poem Where There’s a Wall by Joy Kogawa uses imagery and symbolism to convey its message. The poem is about the different possibilities there are to surpass the wall, meaning, there are countless ways for one to overcome their problems. Overall, the poem is sending the message that nothing is hopeless and that there is always a way to find success, as shown through the imagery and symbolism. In my collage, I show this use of imagery and symbolism. The main use of imagery in the poem is through the symbol of the wall; it is a metaphorical obstacle in one’s life, symbolizing a problem. The images of a ladder, gate, and other images, represent the possibilities that one has to overcome their problem. The author’s personal experience confined

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