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When a thing happens it begins to live and keeps on living and stands solid in Time like the tree that you can walk around1057 This excerpt from the nine year old character in Blackberry Winter by Robert Penn Warren is from the first page but does not come into true meaning for the reader until the end Everyone has a moment in their life when they awake and experience the world around them in a different way as if perceiving things through new eyes That day becomes like a statue in our mind remaining throughout many years ahead Robert Penn Warren retells such a story of this revolutionary day when he was nine and experienced things of his daily life in an all-new meaning The story appears at first to be a young boys simple day but then the reader must look exquisitely at the authors writing techniques and sentence usage to discover there is much more to this story What may be a regular day to ones eyes is much more in the eyes of a nine year old who is maturing Such a transition that a person may reflect back upon that day many years later in remembrance of the remarkable transition that took place Through the authors writings it is apparent how the boy sees things quite differently than before and that some things are not what they seem A person has a true understanding of things when they perceive things at the moment of enlightenment when they can see the other unpleasant half in the transition from pure innocence to adult hood The stranger that approaches the farm is the event that started the series of events of Seth and also ended them He ought to be wearing blue jean or overallsThose clothesdidnt belong there in our backyard coming down the path1060 The presence of the strange man startled and questioned Seth about his awkward appearance and origin The man
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