Phoenix Jackson was certainly a dedicated old lady. You will also see symbolism when you see a navy blue star or when you see a eagle face, a football fan may look at that star as The Dallas Cowboys Team and the eagles head as the Philadelphia Eagles Team. Even flowers can have symbolic references, such as Roses. While still maintaining the narrative logic of allowing for figurative language beyond the capacity Phoenix, the reader is also allowed to see things through her eyes throughout her entire journey in a way that is almost as if it were a first-person narration. Through the actions of Phoenix Jackson, the reader learns that love can conquer anything. Race is another prevalent theme in the story. Phoenix may be old and worn, but her determination motivates her to continue.
The Psychoanalytical Criticism: The Long Journey. His love for her is what keeps him going, so if he has to read the same story every day until the day he dies, he is completely fine with that. Lie is shown both by Phoenix Jackson and the hunter. Documents such as, the Declaration of independence, Bill of Rights, United States Constitution, and the Gettysburg Address are some examples of historical documents. The protagonist Phoenix Jackson has many more layers than the way she is perceived as an apparent no account drifter, charity case, whose only reason to head into town is to see Santa Clause Welty 2. This was not only because she cared for him, but because she loved him.
According to Clugston 2010, the theme in a story is associated with an idea that lies behind the story. Even in her old age Phoenix is a shining example of what can be accomplished with determination. As the story begins, we are introduced to our main character, Phoenix Jackson; she is described as a small, old Negro woman. Although, both of them are socially isolated or have isolated themselves from society. A example of symbolism can be related to the religious world. Phoenix thinks, understandably, that as the road itself gets easier the journey will be easier, but as it turns out as she moves deeper into the more populated areas of Mississippi things get more difficult. Not only is she an aged, blind, black female who is on a journey through torturous terrain to secure medication for her ill grandson, but she is a symbol of poverty and selflessness, which contrasts the wealth, and self-centeredness o.
Perseverance is a prevalent theme in this story. Despite the many obstacles that arise and Phoenix is faced with, she strives forward depending on her own perseverance, but willing to sacrifice her health throughout the long journey. This highlights her assurance to herself and her persistence as she moves toward her goal. Wouldn't miss going to town to see Santa Claus! This short story includes these common themes she favored throughout her works. What kind of society did this woman live in that she had to go all the way from her home in the countryside to the city by herself to get the medicine.
Taken from her A Curtain of Green and Other Stories collection the story is narrated in the third person by an unnamed narrator and after reading the story the reader realises that Welty may be using the setting of the story to explore the theme of struggle. There is an obvious distinction that stands out between the stories; however they are similar in one way. Love can make a person do strange and sometimes heroic things. But not all symbols may have a positive reference to it. Some examples of the struggle Phoenix encounters include the incident when she tears her skirt on the thorny bush, how she has to go through a barbed-wire fence and later when she falls into the ditch. This theme is demonstrated through Phoenix's determination, her ability to overcome obstacles, and her reaction to the employees at the clinic. Mostly everything can have a symbolism meaning to it.
In a soccer team named Cruz Azul there is a person who symbolized hope for the team. The hunter and Phoenix chat, mostly about her age and where she is going, which makes him seem nice enough, but he's really pretty much a jerk. As Phoenix plods along, the reader has no idea of the reason for her trip. Phoenix Jackson is a caring individual. Despite the difficulties that she has had to overcome Phoenix has been selfless with her only priority being to help her grandson and get him the medicine he needs. Anne Bradstreet and Jonathan Edwards were both early American writers who contained a common charecteristic in their writtings. Phoenix Jackson is not only symbolic of the mythological bird that rose from the ashes of its own demise or simply a Christ figure comparable to the Son of God, but she is also a biblical hero facing temptation and trials along her journey and succeeds unharmed and steadfast in her faith.
The main character in this story shows great heroism. Colors in football usually go along with where the team is from. She seems very determined to reach her goal. If the main character were not a black woman who had lived such a hard life, the struggle would not seem as great. The path is a journey which can not be totally controlled by humans. In one such case, she is crossing the creek and she closes her eyes to cross it.
The name phoenix Jackson, symbol of life in the face of hardship and death. As soon as people see him getting warmed up they start screaming his name. New York: McGraw Hill, 2008. It may also be significant that throughout her journey, Phoenix communicates with each animal she encounters. The journey begins early one morning in December, and the main character has to travel through dark woods, climb up and down hills, crawl through a barbed-wire fence, struggle with thorn bushes, and cross a creek on a log.
The path the main character, Phoenix, follows to the city and what she endures through her journey shows what kind of person Phoenix is and the true qualities of her character. This torment sends dear old Phoenix out to the country into town to see the doctor to inquire about getting some more soothing medicine to help the healing process. The main character in both stories being the grandmother. She uses hidden messages in her stories and includes deep meaning in the simplest… 1005 Words 5 Pages racism because the path represents the slavery path when black folks escaped from their owners and most of all their hiding place so they wont find them. Along the way she encounters various obstacles and interactions with others. Kate Prudchenko has been a writer and editor for five years, publishing peer-reviewed articles, essays, and book chapters in a variety of publications including Immersive Environments: Future Trends in Education and Contemporary Literary Review India. In title of work , author uses literary device to accomplish, develop, illustrate, strengthen element of work.