Sinclair Ross Ones a Heifer
...world around him through an almost obsessive employment of personifications:
‘The cattle round the straw stacks stared as we rode as if we were intruders. The fields stared, and the sky stared’.
However, it also transports us to a surreal world, where man, animals and natural elements appear to be bound by some hidden and mysterious force of logic that defies linguistic representation. This feeling of intrusion even on common property highlights... A Psychological Analysis of Sinclair Ross’ Short Story ‘One’s a Heifer’
One’s a Heifer’ (1944) is Sinclair Ross’ moving, and in some ways, a disturbing tale of psychosis, isolation, and twisted love. From a seemingly simplistic plot, Ross weaves a tale with ...