Death in the Woods

What metaphors are used in Death in the Woods by Sherwood Anderson?

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The theme of woman's role as a provider of food is echoed by her role as an object of sexual desire. Feeding even becomes a metaphor for sex: "Thank heaven, she did not have to feed her husband— in a certain way. That hadn't lasted long after their marriage and after the babies came."

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Death in the Woods