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“A White Heron” is also an excellent initiation story with a universal theme. Through the character of Sylvia, the “little woods girl,” Sarah Orne Jewett addresses the dilemma that occurs when personal values conflict with emotional needs and making an ethical decision is sure to cause pain. The nature of place of setting is very important considering the emotional feelings and fear.It brings the setting and writing into reality.
The setting also gives someone an imagination of pursuing something no matter the obstacles on the way. As a little girl she was very concerned about achieving her desires. She talks about the dream love
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