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the scarlet ibis britney wray, damien kirk, kelli morgan
"It tumbled down, bumping through the limbs of the bleeding trees." This describes how the Ibis could barely walk. "Doodle, don't you want to learn how to walk?" Doodle didn't know how to walk until by the time he was 5. This symbolizes weakness, and how each didn't have enough strength.
"Its a scarlet ibis." Scarlet describes the color of the bird. "He was born with a tiny body, which was red and shrivled like an old man." Doodle was born with red skin, due to him being a caut baby. Doodle and Ibis both had red on their bodies. This is symbolic to each other because they both were lovable, and not easy to care for.
The nature on page 350 symbolizes death. At the beginning, we don't know who died from what, but Doodle dies, and the cold describing represents the cold death.
Doodle symbolizes low expectations, because no one really expects much from a boy named Doodle, even though he proved everyone of that wrong.
The wings on the angel symbolizes freedom. Freedom to walk, which Doodle didn't have, the freedom to do whatever. The freedom to talk, Doodle didn't have that for a while. Just Doodle having the freedom to do anything, is what the wings symbolizes.
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