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Essay | Nature as a Theme of Nature in Six Works of Literature

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Nature as a Theme of Nature in Six Works of Literature

Summary: The many ways nature is used in literature as a theme in six works: "A White Heron" by Sarah Orne Jewett, "To Build a Fire" by Jack London, "The Beast in the Jungle" by Henry James, "The Storm" by Kate Chopin, "The Open Boat" by Stephen Crane, and "The Goophered Grapevine" by Charles Chesnutt.
There are many ways in which authors represent the role or importance of nature in terms of appreciating their themes. As for the story, "A White Heron", Jewett uses many ways to represent her importance of nature in terms of appreciating her theme. The theme that Jewett uses in "A White Heron", is a theme known as flesh vs. spirit. Sylvia, a young girl who loves the nature, comes across an attractive ornithologist seeking to find the nesting place of the heron, which she can give to him. She is torn between having to remain loyal to the nature of the woods, which is basically her life, or please her new friend and show him where the heron can be found. The decision that Sylvia must make is the one between flesh and spirit, which is the choice to...

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