the cage that her own trauma has built around herand both she and the bird are

The cage that her own trauma has built around herand

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the cage that her own trauma has built around her,and both she and the bird are eventually freed 2. Alice is able to find her way through her identity issues via the mirror by using it as a tool to look deeper into herself,and realize that she is still who she’s always been 2. Main Idea for 2nd Body Paragraph (Imagery/Scenery) 1. Literary Element use and effect in novel 2. Allows the reader to visualize what the characters think or see as they change throughout the book 3. “She folded her arms around Turtle and held her against her chest, rocking back and forth for a very long time with her eyes squeezed shut.” Taylor is comforting Turtle and herself,and the imagery used conveys to the reader how painful these items are for them 4. Literary Element use and effect in 2nd piece of literature 1. Allows reader to sympathize/empathize with Alice and how she views herself 2. “At first the world was nothing but a mush of dark images, disconnected voices and prickly feelings all
over her skin. If someone touched her arm she wasn’t sure from which part of her body the sensation came.

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