It’s My Symbol and I’ll Cry If I want to.pptx

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It’s My Symbol and I’ll Cry If I Want To By: Adobea Odoi-Anim
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Chapter Summary For this chapter, Foster discusses how reading a wide variety of literature can help/give readers intertextual clues that help them understand the symbolic meaning, and how sometimes the clue exist in a single text. The clues could be the tiniest things that could represent something in which the chapter discusses and how it could have different meanings from what we originally thought it could’ve meant when we originally read about it.
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Chapter Thesis The tiniest thing in a piece of literature could represent something important. It can have a totally different meaning than what we thought it meant.
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