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Symbolism in "The Bean Trees" and "Medicine River" by Barbara Kingsolver.
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Symbolism and personification are highlights to literature and poetic writing. Two of the prime examples that I consider are the pivots of symbolism in literature are The Bean Trees and Medicine River.
She has shown innate qualities of a writer by relating to people, their plight and the situations that they get into because of the dominant society. Not only this, Barbara King also has a feel and the place for non-living objects that she so beautifully exploits to express her abstract ideas. Another novel that could be spoken about here in Medicine River by Thomas King, who too used symbols, such as people, nature, and other objects in a similar way too represent his ideas and understanding of life in general. An essay so deemed to be worthy enough for comparing the two of the most followed literature works will demonstrate how both Barbara Kingsolver and Thomas King used people, objects, and nature to bring out different meanings and ideas in their literary work. Barbara Kingsolver wrote ‘The Bean Trees’ focusing on the life of people living I low profiled cities like that of Kentucky and her prime character was the young woman named Taylor Greer. Tired of Male dominance, she decided to head to the west in search of an ideal place that could get her away from chauvinistic nature of the society. ...
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