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Freudian Analysis of Marigolds

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Freudian Analysis of Marigolds  

Most of the time there is a moment in life where one realizes they have lost all innocence and gained some compassion.  “Marigolds” shows how one young girl transferred from a child to young adult through her life experiences.  Throughout this story another young, but at the same time old in her prime, lady’s experiences are revealed:  the author’s.  In this short story, “Marigolds,” Eugenia Collier’s subconscious is unmasked through symbolism, diction, and Lizabeth’s actions.

In the beginning, the author explains how this young girl, Lizabeth, lived in the culturally deprived neighborhood during the depression.  Lizabeth is at the age where she is just beginning to become a young woman and is almost ready to give up her childish ways.  Through this time period she was confused and could not quite understand what was happening to her.  In the end she rips Miss Lottie’s marigolds among the ugly place in which she lived.  The marigolds were the only things that make the place a bit beautiful to the eye.  In this scene the marigolds represent ...

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... of Lizabeth can tell a lot about the author.

Finally, the impact of harsh times during the depression affected Eugenia Collier considerably.  Through that experience she did grow up and made a realization that may have taken others a very long time to conceive.  I did learn more about the author just by reading what she had to say through “Marigolds.”  The symbolism, diction, and Lizabeth’s actions and reactions to things helped to reveal her subconscious and could make one aware of the difficulties and hardships during this era.      

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