The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus Themes

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Coming of Age

The fact that the little boy in the first sections grows into a man and that Uncle Remus continues telling stories to the son of that first little boy makes this a prime example of the coming of age theme. In turn, each little boy ages as well. The first little boy spends as much time as he can with Uncle Remus, apparently of his own accord, and comes to learn of the old man's ways so that he can prompt a story or get Uncle Remus to continue a story almost any time. It takes the second little boy some time to come to that point, but he also eventually learns how to prompt stories. The sheer fact of both little boys growing is only one point of this theme because others also "come of age".

Miss Sally, for example, passes from her time of...

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