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This paper discusses the literary use of symbolism specifically in children's literature. The paper examines "Jane Eyre" by C. Bronte, "Coventry Patmore" by E. J. Oliver, and A. Sewell's "Black Beauty: The Autobiography of a Horse". Through these works, the paper identifies the symbolic nature of the literary characters in relation to the treatment of women in the Victorian, masculine society.
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