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Half a mile from home, at the farther edge of the woods, where the land was highest, a great pine-tree stood, the last of its generation…the woodchoppers who had felled its mates were dead and gone long ago, and a whole forest of sturdy trees, pines and oaks and maples, had grown again. (Jewett, 533) This quotation present the meaning that the image of rareness repeats again. The image of the last biggest tree in the forest correspond with the last remaining animal which is a white heron. These two have something in common, that is they were successfully survived from the people who are woodchopper and hunter. Because of these reason, it remains the possibility that the white heron can also thrive once again just like the last biggest tree in the
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