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Symbolism in "The Scarlet Ibis" By: Kaleigh Craft, Abbey Parrish, and Erin Lambeth
Its long, graceful neck jerked twice into an S, then straightened out, and the bird was still. Pg. 358
Its legs were crossed and its claw-like feet were delicately curved at rest. Pg. 358-359
Doodle's baby coffin represents the expectations the doctors and his parents had for him. They thought that Doodle was going to die since he was born. Pg. 351
Winter represents sickness and death for Doodle. He has to stay in his room during Winter, because he gets sick a lot during that time. Pg. 356
The name Doodle represents the low expectations the people around him have for him. He is always pulled around in a wagon because no one believed that he could walk. Pg. 352
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