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  • When the flashback starts
  • "She could see now that what she was sitting on was a woodpile next to the furnace." ~Sylvia Plath Pg 1
  • When the flashback ends
  • "Seated now on the woodpile in Betsy Johnson's cellar, Millicent knew that she had come triumphant through the trial of fire." Sylvia Plath Pg 9
  • "...is be very meek and obedient when you're with Bev and do just what she tells you. Don't laugh or talk back or try to be funny, or she 'll just make it harder for you, and believe me, she's a great one for doing that." Sylvia Plath Pg 5
  • Bev
  • At the beginning of the story she sat on a woodpile and that was when her flashback began.
  • Simle
  • "The basement was room has dark and warm, LIKE the inside of a sealed jar" Sylvia Plath pg 1
  • This is at the end of the story when Millicent desides not to join the sorority and the flashback ends.
  • Symbolism
  • "The sparrows were still chirping, and as she lay in bed Millicent visualized them, pale gray-brown birds in a flock, one like the other, all exactly alike." and "And then, for some reason, Millicent thought of the heather birds. Swooping carefree over the moors, they would go singing and crying out across the great spaces of air, dipping and darting, strong and proud in their freedom and their sometime loneliness.
  • Bev is a flat character because she doesn't change her way of treating people throughout the book.
  • Theme
  • This is a example of simile because the author compared 2 things using like or as.
  • Millicent compared the sparrow to the sorority girls, saying that they were all the same, not one different then the other. Millicent also compared herself and other people to the Heather birds, she said they were proud of their freedom and sometimes loneliness.
  • The theme of the story was being excepted by yourself is more important then being excepted by someone else. We know this was the theme because this was what Millicent realized at the end of the story.
  • Seated now on the woodpile in Betsy Johnson's cellar, Millicent knew that she had come triumphant through the trial of fire, the searing period of the ego which could end in two kinds of victory for her.
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