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Children are susceptible to symbolism portrayed in literature HA Rey is a clever man who guilefully has incited prejudice views for nearly six decades through his works of childrens literature The authors tales prevail in stores and in classrooms propagating throughout the world in disguise of a curious monkey We must bring a stop to the folly of this collection of literature Ending the frolics and diableries of this devious rascal I am not referring to the monkey My comments pertain to HA Rey and his monkey tricks of symbolism You may find the following evidence simple coincidences I think not In Reys first volume of Curious George we ascertain the first instance between the collections preeminent monkey Mr Curious George and the man with the yellow hat George is gay and peaceful in the jungles of Africa until the man with the yellow hat decides that he wants the monkey for his own pleasure The man with the yellow hat devises a trap to trick the monkey into a potato sack Succeeding in doing so the man slings the bagged chimp over his shoulder and embarks onto a boat home to America I recall a lesson in Global Studies about say a few thousand Africans who were captured and shipped to America against their own will The monkey symbolizes an African man and the man with the yellow hat portrays the slave traders The white man ie man with the yellow hat had to disrupt tribal order and create havoc all over the coastal areas of Africa Those captives were happy in Africa with their own isolated civilizations The author establishes the man with the yellow hat as the godsend through all of this ignoring the fact that the man with the yellow hat is a drossy larcenist The monkey makes a desperate attempt to escape by plunging out into the waters and trying to swim away from the boat Those quick and crafty
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