The Red Pony
The Red Pony Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
The Tiflin ranch sits snug as a bug in a rug between two mountain ranges—the Gabilan Mountains to the east, and the "Great Ones" to the west. We know Jody's a budding mountaineer because he names...
This is the goriest novella we've come upon in a long, long time. For the most part, the oodles of blood we see in The Red Pony symbolizes pain and suffering and death. Blood tends to do that. But...
Rain, rain, go away.I'm only happy when it rains.Blame it on the rain.I wish it would rain down.Rain goes both ways. Some folks would give their left arm for just a drop (like the Joads in that oth...
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