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The Bean Trees

Summary: The work "The Bean Trees" by Barbara Kingsolver. Essay evaluates the Birds topic from the book and how it is important to the novel.
The Bean Trees

In the book " The Bean Trees" by Barbara Kingsoliver there were many different topics talk about. There was also a lot of symbolism in the things that were talked about, like the birds. The birds are mention a lot throughout this book and i will be talking about the passages in which birds are mentioned.

In the book " The Bean Trees" birds can mean a lot of things like in this passage: "Then i said, "Look..".............. into some scraggly bushes."(pg. 129). This passage contains lots of symbolic detail to the story. There is a lot of meaning behind this quail and her babies. For instants i think that the quail is actually a symbol of Taylor and Turtle, because it is saying that being a mother things could get really bad like the quail how it almost got ran over trying to get her...

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