Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Climax- She hears her father crying about how he lost his job. She then destroys all of her Marigolds out of jealousy and anger. Miss Lottie sees her doing this and Liz realizes what she has just done. This is where Liz transactions from a girl to a woman when she sees Miss Lottie.
Short Story Marigolds
Five examples of imagery in Marigolds | Marigolds (short story) Questions & Answers | lacircular.info
Opening into the story, Collier uses mood to help the reader focus on the climax. The mood of the story starts out quite dim, dreary, and depressed. In order for writers to keep their pieces original, they use literary devices such as imagery, juxtaposition, and diction. These devices help create something called voice, which is essentially the special way an author writes, including word choice and the way the author communicates his or hers ideas. Shortly after.
When I think of the hometown of my youth, all that I seem to remember is dust—the brown, crumbly dust of late summer—arid, sterile dust that gets into the eyes and makes them water, gets into the throat and between the toes of bare brown feet. Joy and rage and wild animal gladness and shame become tangled together in the multicolored skein of fourteen-going-on-fifteen as I recall that devastating moment when I was suddenly more woman than child For the most part, those days are ill-defined in my memory, running together and combining like a fresh watercolor painting left out in the rain. Black and ageless, he sat rocking day in and day out in a mindless stupor, lulled by the monotonous squeak-squawk of the chair. A battered hat atop his shaggy head shaded him from the sun.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Climax- She hears her father crying about how he lost his job. She then destroys all of her Marigolds out of jealousy and anger.