Scarlet Ibis

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  • Symbol
  • Symbol
  • Imagery
  • The ibis is the symbol because it should not be alive that far from Florida. The Ibis was also a red color just like doodle.
  • Theme
  • The casket was in the barn to symbolize that doodle might still die.
  • Dynamic Character
  • "After that day Doodle and I often went down into Old Woman Swamp. I would gather wildflowers, wild violets, honeysuckle, yellow jasmine, snakeflowers, and water lilies, and with wire grass we’d weave them into necklaces and crowns. "
  • Personal Reaction
  • Scarlet Ibis is an example of a guilt and blame theme. The narrator regrets that he didn't accept his little brother and when he was just starting to like him he died.
  • The Dynamic character is the narrator of the story. He hates Doodle when he was born and even though there was love born from jealousy his opinion toward doodle changed drastically.
  • The end of the story was a bit of a let down cause I wanted to know what would have happened if doodle had went to school and how he was treated there. The narrator is a good brother because he was the first person who accepted doodle other than the Aunt.
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