They say everyone goes through the rite of passage; however the way people went through it is unique. Rite of passage is the transition from one phase of life to another phase. This can be seen in the book The Goose Girl written by Shannon Hale. Where the readers follow the main character Ani's journey, through the stages of rite of passage. Ani's separation in the rite of passage is when she is forced to run off into the forest.
After being told to go back to the House of Corrective Detention he ran the opposite way, toward the Uncharted Forest. The Uncharted Forest was forbidden for anyone to go into, because it was said to be “evil”. When Equality 7-2521 stopped running it was too late and he was already in the Uncharted Forest. He faced everyone’s fears and stayed in the forest, to hide from the guards. After realizing the forest was not as scary as everyone had said he began going further into it.
Montag thought something shady was going on, so he used his HPS (human positioning system) to locate where Granger had gone. He was deep into the forest. “What could he possibly be doing?” Montag thought to himself. To investigate, Montag slowly and quietly followed his trail to figure out what was up. He looks down at his HPS, but Granger seems to have vanished from it.
They made me feel like going on a walk in nature and to stop to soak it all in. Also, Lopez had thoughts that confused me. The shifts back and forth from talking about nature to government and nature to imagination tripped me up a few times, but most of it made sense. I believe that the nature and environment that we grow in shapes us. He talked about this and it made me realize how different we are growing up in Alpena compared to someone who grows up in a large city.
Art is way of expression. People can use actions and art or express themselves in ways other than speaking. In the book Speak, by Laurie Halse Anderson, symbolism holds a big significance. The trees mentioned throughout the book symbolize Melinda’s changing “seasons” (her “growing” as a person). People, like trees, go through phases, they freeze in the winter, becoming nothing but lonely limbs without leaves covered with white slush.
One of these were the fact that Katniss and Gale were walking in the forest to hunt and gather food from the forest where its not allowed to cross the districts border but they did, which shows how Katniss and Gale ignore the Capitol’s rules. However, another example of resistance is when the people of district twelve saluted Peeta and Katniss before they went to the games, nonetheless this act isn’t allowed in the Capitol not saying adios to there tributes but it means that they stand together which the Capitol is trying not take impact in their control basically they are trying to separate the people to keep them week and they are doing the exact opposite of the Capitol’s rules and goals. When Katniss was pulled from the crowds and she had an idea in her mind saying that “[The capitol ] are betting on how long [She] live … They’re not my friends” (Collins, 115). This shows how Katniss hates the Capitol because they are trying to murder people for the sake of entertaining them selves, that’s why she said that
Initially, Stafford makes it appear that the speaker has had prior experiences of stumbling across dead animals on the road. The speaker continues, “It is usually best to roll them into the canyon,” revealing that the speaker is knowledgeable of the situation. Referring back to past encounters, one is capable of making quicker decisions when approaching familiar situation or problems in life. Calm and collected, the speaker decides to take responsibility to pathe the way of the road and remove the deer. In the next line, the speaker explains that to “swerve might make more dead.” Swerving is a representation of avoiding the situation, which may end up killing the speaker or cause more accidents to unsuspecting drivers that may take the same road as the speaker.
This is very different in comparison to the pine woods. The characters of the novel often enter the pine woods seeking privacy and more intimacy than the terrace can give them. The irony of these settings is that throughout the novel, any scene that takes place in the pine woods is often interrupted. For example, one of the first intimate scenes in the pine woods is with Cecile and Cyril. Cecile says, “One evening Anne’s voice separated us.
This question sets the literal and metaphorical divergence in the woods that the speaker will have to face: both an actual path through the woods and the life decisions implied by it. The first extended metaphor of choice happens in these line: the chosen path is the chosen life choices. The speaker will have to choose a road to go down and one not to, presenting the first conflict of choice. He is faced with two different roads that each lead to a different outcome. The first choice he makes will affect all the other choices to
She portrays the swamp as alive in lines 4-8 “ the nugget of dense sap, branching/ vines, the dark burred/ faintly belching/ bogs.” These lines show the fear the narrator has of the swamp with the words, dense, dark and belching. Then later in the poem, the speaker states in lines 28-31 with a joyful tone “a poor/ dry stick given/ one more chance by the whims/ of swamp water,” again personifying the swamp, but with this great change in tone reflecting how the relationship of the swamp and the speaker has changed. She also uses imagery to show how the speaker views the
Our Interior Forest. Ian Frazier for his inner life compares it to be inside in a forest, since in it, many people often use it as an escape to the current reality that each one, e.g. a forest (spa, fishing, Park, Beach) that departs to the reality of day to day living. When the person escapes to the forest is to explore and internalize what are its purposes and goals to follow. Ian mentions that explore would be a more prominent idea than it is currently.