Symbolism In Alice Walker's Essay 'My Mother Blue Bowl'

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Writers and poets often spread deep meaning in ordinary things: bowl can represent our parents’ heritage, food can represent our relationships with people and chocolate bar can be a symbol of childhood or green tea can be a symbol of love. Those simple things can be really meaningful, but mostly all authors understood the meaning of those objects and the value of the moments that they had lived only after several years. To take things for granted is a human nature, isn’t it?
Children usually don’t listen to the voice of their parents, but when they grow up they understand how precious those lessons were. The narrator in Alice Walker’s essay “My mother blue bowl’ through memories about her childhood and her mother understand what is actually
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