The Woman in Black
The Woman in Black Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
In this book, nature isn't just a backdrop—it's a force of, well, nature. Man is small and almost inconsequential in comparison to the natural force of the tide, the dangerous marshes, and even t...
Yeah, there's a lot of death. But these are specific types of deaths: they're the deaths of innocent people, like Jennet Humfrye's son Nathaniel who dies in an accident along with his nursemaid and...
The Pony and Trap
If you noticed the pony and trap recurring and thought, "gee, anything that shows up so often just has to be a symbol," well, you'd be right. For Arthur, the pony and trap are a flashback to the pa...
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