Symbolism in "The Red Pony," by John Steinbeck
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This essay discusses the use of symbolism in the Steinbeck's novel, "The Red Pony." It looks at the book's message of the cyclical nature of life and gives a complete analysis of the symbols, imagery, and devices that Steinbeck uses.
From the Paper:"The Read Pony, by John Steinback describes four events in the life of a young boy named Jody. Through these events, Steinback is able to present to his readers and contemporaries his main theme: life and its cyclical nature. Stienback wrote this book using intense symbolism to promote his view and to enhance ours. He presents secondary themes that are apart of the life: discipline and maturity, as well."
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