The Death Of A Moth Annie Dillard Analysis

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After reading "The Death of a Moth" by Annie Dillard I can conclude that this essay has a second meaning to it. I can see that Dillard wrote this essay with a lot of details so readers could understand what she was saying or to make readers imagine what she experienced. This essay that Dillard wrote talks about how she watched a moth burn for over two hours. Dillard implied that the moth still meant something even after it was burned. This is why I think that this essay that Dillard wrote has a second meaning to it.
In my opinion what Dillard was trying to say in this story was that death is not the end. While the moth was burning Dillard compared it to a certain object and even compared it to a person, "Only glowing within, like a building

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