Biology Unit 4 IA - Running Head: HOW CAN THE TITLE THE...

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Running Head: HOW CAN THE TITLE “THE STORM” 1 How can the title “the storm” Be use as a metaphor for the theme? Yvonne N Adams American Intercontinental University Abstract
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Running Head: HOW CAN THE TITLE “THE STORM” 2 The purpose of this paper is to find a metaphor for the title “The Storm.” The theme for this assignment should explain the details of my interpretation. I should be able to convince my readers with solid arguments from evidences found throughout the story itself. How can the title “the storm”
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Running Head: HOW CAN THE TITLE “THE STORM” 3 Be use as a metaphor for the theme? While Bobinôt and his son, Bibi, are shopping at Friedheimer's store, the air becomes still. Dark clouds roll in from the west, and thunder rumbles in the distance. Father and son decide to wait inside until the storm passes instead of trying to reach home. When Bibi suggests that Calixta may be frightened to be alone, Bobinôt reassures him that she will be all right. The approaching storm does not, in fact, worry her. She merely closes the doors and windows and then goes to gather the clothes hanging outside. As she steps onto the porch, she sees Alcée Laballière ride through the gate to seek shelter from the rain. From “At the ’Cadian Ball,” to which “The Storm” is a sequel, the reader knows that six years earlier Calixta and Alcée had gone to Assumption together in a fit of passion, and the following year they were about to have another romantic rendezvous in New Orleans when Clarisse intervened. In love with Alcée and suspecting his intentions, Clarisse had proposed marriage. He agreed, and Calixta had then yielded to Bobinôt's suit. Despite the passage of time and their marriages, Calixta and Alcée's passion for each other has
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