Themes in SImon Birch and The Scarlet Ibis

Themes in SImon Birch and The Scarlet Ibis
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  • On parenting "Simon Birch"
  • (SImon is very sick in this scene)
  • On Friendship "Simon Birch"
  • On Nature "Simon Birch"
  • Simons parents don't care that he is sick in this scene, they don't take care of him or even talk to him.
  • On Parenting "The Scarlet Ibis"
  • SImon Birch shows an important role in friendship because Joe doesn't care what SImon looks like or how he acts he loves him for who he is and also he doesn't care what people think.
  • On Friendship "The Scarlet Ibis"
  • Doodle is wishing his brother was nicer to him.
  • Simon and Joe are always at the little lake/dock area having lots of fun talks and laughter, which is why Nature is quite important in "SImon Birch."
  • On Nature "The Scarlet Ibis"
  • Brother
  • This theme shows that Doodle's parents don't care whether he lived or not. This shows a theme on parenting because in both stories the parents don't care which should never be the fault of a parent.
  • Doodle
  • Is this my casket?
  • Instead of why "The Scarlet Ibis " shows themes on friendship it shows it in different ways, because maybe if Doodle were to have a actual friend instead of a bully of a brother he might still be alive.
  • Nature is an important theme in "The Scarlet Ibis" because Doodle and his brother are constantly playing in nature and it's a big role in the story.
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