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Horton hears a who-Faces of symbolism
Transcript of Horton hears a who-Faces of symbolism
Children is one of the faces of symbolism because, with the help of Mitsugi he was the dean of doshisha University in Kyoto,
The Mayor's children is the children in the schools Dr. Seuss went to. Seuss went to schools all over Japan and ask kids to draw what they wanted to be when they grow up.
The speck dropping in field of flower's.
The speck dropping was a face of symbolism. It means the bomb that had landed in the field of clover's. The bird that dropped the speck in the field reassembled the plane, and the speck resembled the bomb and the clover's reassembled the town below.
Horton is a face of symbolism because, Horton in the story helps the children, and the Mayor. The Mayor is Mistugi and the children is the children Dr.Seuss asked to draw what they want to be when they grow up.
Jane the Kangaroo
Jane the kangaroo in horton hears a who, repesents attackers or bombers that tried to estroy the speck in horton hears a who
KeLani Porter, Makayja Linton, Akyrah Linton,
The Mayor is one of the faces of symbolism the Mayor is Mitsugi in the story. The mayor in the story helped Horton like Mistugi helped Dr.Seuss.