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Symbolism

Will provide a brief description of symbolism as well common literary symbols.
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Kathleen Hemness

on 9 March 2012

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Transcript of Symbolism

Symbolism Is Shane's gun just a gun?
Or does it stand for something? We will focus on some common
literary symbols. Including color,
animals, and nature. A symbol is something that stands
for something other than itself. Stop! Before we go any further,
just because one of these things
is used, it DOES NOT mean it
symbolizes something else.
Sometimes the shirt is just white and a flower is just a flower. Colors Often in stories, color will
represent something very
specific. Seasons Objects
- Nature
- Other
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