Bartholomew and the Oobleck
Bartholomew and the Oobleck Symbolism, Imagery, Allegory
Oobleck is a triple threat. It can act, sing, and dance. Oh, and it's a plot device, an image, and an unbeatable symbol. Here are just some of the ways we might interpret the oobleck:(1) We imagine...
To the King, the sky is a traitor. It represents the only thing in his kingdom that won't bend to his will. The sky not only airs ridiculously boring programming, but it also won't let the King tou...
At the very end of the story, Bartholomew rushes from room to room, trying to find the King. He finds, him, of course, sitting in the throne room, covered in oobleck. There he sat…Old King Derwin...
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