A White Heron By Sarah Orne Jewett: A Literary Analysis

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Being the keeper of a secret is an important job for humans. Secrets, while they can be destructive, are also a blessing. Someone who is trusted with a secret suddenly feels a sense of responsibility and importance. In the “A White Heron” by Sarah Orne Jewett, the little girl named Sylvia discovers a beautiful white heron in the woods. The story, which is told from a third person omniscient point of view, provides an intimate reading experience that puts the reader into the story with Sylvia. The beautiful imagery provided further enhances the intimacy of the story and provides a haunting setting for the story to unfold. The discovery of the heron by Sylvia is important to the story as it gives Sylvia a sense of importance and drives the central
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