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THE SCARLET IBIS Every being on this planet consists of many streams of love and knots of hate The aspect that makes us unique is how we express those feelings toward our society We can show affection to someone but at the same time show disgust to that same individual We are never sure why we do this Moreover we sometimes ask inquire to ourselves to determine the reasoning for our cruelty In The Scarlet Ibis hate and love is illustrated throughout infinite aspects of imagery The author shows through diction how Doodle and his brother have the same predicament through love and hate Doodle and the narrator had grew closer through a disability that Doodle obtained but this togetherness brought a series of emotions A strong example of the narrators hatred is in the quotation It was the clove of seasons summer was dead but autumn had not yet been born that the ibis lit in the bleeding tree I feel that this quotation explains Doodles brother very elaborately Doodles brother is a person of changes or as the quotation explains it he is a person of seasons Therefore his emotions too are oddly changing His love for Doodle according to the quotation is the season of summer His feeling for Doodle was at sometimes very strong and I sometimes could see an image of Doodles face illuminate with happiness when summer was within his brother Nevertheless he also showed hatred toward his brother in turn forming autumn and killing his summer by replacing devotion with scorn Hurst also uses his creativity to create imagery when he states Even death not mar its grace for it lay in the earth like a broken vase of red flowers and we stood around it awed by its beauty When comparing the tow characters to this quotation I feel that the author explains that hatred or death is sometimes hidden so humanity does not see
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