The Dogs of Littlefield Symbols & Objects

Suzanne Berne
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Top Twenty Best Towns in America

Wall Street Journal Top Twenty Best Towns in America symbolizes the myth of utopia. The article brings together the twenty best and happiest towns in America in which someone can live. Littlefield appears at number six on the list. The article essentially speaks of a perfect place to live, as though a place was all that was necessary for happiness. But no such place actually exists (a utopia) because happiness is found primarily in the human heart and is largely a matter of a person’s own making.

Signs

Signs symbolize the growing division and need for responsibility in Baldwin Park. People who use the park but do not have dogs become upset with those who do have dogs and do not clean up after them. Therefore, signs asking for responsibility are put up, but over time, these signs become stronger...

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