Thursday, May 20, 2010

" The japanese Quince" Q.......?

I have just finished reading this story and I have to admit that eventhough I understood the text, I can't figure out why the tree is so important in inter-human relationships.

BTW , what's the theme of the story , because , at a first glance the text appears to have more than 1......

I would greatly appreciate all the help U can give me.

Thx :*

" The japanese Quince" Q.......?
Themes are alienation from nature and humankind. The blackbird plays a huge role it signifies fear and promise. Mr. Nilson is extremely regimented, so much so that he's not in tune with nature or those around him. Seized by the beauty of a spring morning, the tree lifts him out of that life for awhile.

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