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    • Ah yes, but are the curtains blue?
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    • The features were shit which symbolises why we should all delete the app
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    • Y’all niggas be retarded if you actually can’t see symbolism
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    • Okay so a lot of stories are written with a lot of symbolism and metaphors. Obviously not all of them, but the ones you normally read in class are. It helps to know what the author's intention was when writing it which is something your teachers SHOULD be telling you
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    • I just hated most teachers' condescending tones. That's why every now and then Kyle has to bring up the divorce
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    • English teachers were always the worst most passive aggressive radical liberals out there....
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    • I'm writing a book and my English teacher gets to read part of it and her analysis is more effort than I've put into any actual analysis of my own. Shit can happen without reason, y'all need to get that
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    • why would an author mention minute details if it didn't add something to the meaning of a story? every word in a book has a purpose
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    • Hmm yes the Browning of the meat in the oven represents the struggle of African Americans post revolutionary war era and the future upcoming of civil rights leaders
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    • Literature, like many forms of art, is open to interpretation. It doesn’t really matter what the author intended, so long as you can defend your interpretation.
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    • You fucking morons. Most classic literature is full of symbolism and your teachers are right half the time.
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    • But the floor is actually bed. Representing the blanket of oppression
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    • No shit my teacher tried to tell me that a story I had wrote about a scared fish was about sereration anxiety and honestly it just confirms the stereotype.
      Yeet_Boye 18 jun
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    • “And now for our seventh civil rights project for this semester.”
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    • My AP Literature teacher is so fucking awesome though, deadass short angry irishman with a majestic beard and shaved head. We analyzed shit but he actually made it make sense, great guy and learned a shit ton of life lessons from him, keep on teachin Mac
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    • Imagine thinking authors don't use symbolism
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    • Y’all just are too lazy to read deeper than surface level, plebs
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    • Y’all are seriously underestimating how well learned authors in previous time periods were, their education was extremely in-depth and extensive. Most of the symbolism that we interpret is there intentionally, it’s only in modern texts where it becomes particularly questionable
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    • Hey thats my profile picture!
      ppsauce69 18 jun
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    • Hmm yes. But is the door red?
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    • timmy had a green fork which symbolizes nazi germany
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    • Ah, the main character ate eggs and bacon for breakfast. This must mean the author is dealing with depression and the loss of their dog at a young age as well as describing the scene when George Washington saved us from the zombies.
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    • PorkSword 18 jun
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    • I wonder just how often teachers over analyze things and the authors were actually just telling a simple story
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    • I did once. She was a dumbass. We once did a project on opinion. So each of us were suppose to give our opinion about what we thought a certain passage in a book meant, and apparently unless our opinion matched hers, we were wrong. I’m not kidding. This was 15 years ago.
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    • ...as if there can’t possibly be a writer with this same mentality that incorporates it into their work.
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    • Why did the author take the time to describe how the sky was blue in this quote “the sky was blue” that’s because it is an archetypal symbol for the purity of the little boy before he got today by the priest back in April 26, 1986 which perfectly symbolizes losers descendants of lineage
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    • Am I the only one who kinda liked when English teachers analyzed the shit out of books? 😂 Like it made it more interesting
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    • "The Door is Red".....
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    • It took us 3 months to finish hamlet because the teacher tried to elaborate every single sentence. Also we spent 3 weeks on the to be or not to be soliloquy....
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    • "Ah yes, I, a 15 year old who's most notable scholastic achievement in the area of English is being able to write at a semi-fluent level, know far more than both my college graduate educators and dozens of other, often more reputable, people who've analyzed written works."
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    • Some of yall are just really stupid and cant determine what is symbolic and not...and some of yall want to know how the red door defines the systematic problems of generation
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    • Real shit tho, English literature authors often don’t have those hidden meanings or intend to make them. More often than not it’s the critics that read their works that make those distinctions and then is considered factual.
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    • Bro, english majors were to stupid to actually get a degree in something useful change my mind
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    • Is the door red, representing the character entering a dangerous, foreboding area?
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    • "Hmm yes, they walked down the road, symbolizing life's journey."
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    • I wanna be an English teacher just to do this shit
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    • Why is the door red?
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    • Also white walls symbolize my fucking cum. My big fat nut. My massive urethral leakage. My spagiggle spagoo, if you will.
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    • I’ve been reading Thomas Foster’s “How to Read Literature Like a Professor”, and he goes into this effect where people nitpick to find symbolism. His take is that, everything, no matter how small is able to be symbolic to a story, intended by the author or otherwise
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    • Y’all shit on teachers for this but what about tumblrinas who read too much into characters to prove they’re gay?
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    • I wonder how annoying that shit is for authors; that when they put a certain type of theme or meaning and then fucking every English teacher in the world has to say some random bullshit that has nothing to do with it.
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    • Lord of the flies was a mess
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    • ThE rEd DoOR meAN hE aNgRy
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    • Memes like this are made by the kids too retarded to understand their English teachers
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    • Dude it's almost like art is meant to be subjective unless clearly expressed otherwise
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    • I would love if Shakespeare, Poe, Hemmingway, etc came back from the dead and all the academics started telling them all the intricate details and symbolism they saw in their works and them responding with "the fuck are you talking about?"
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    • English teachers are all boring lifeless pussies that choose a shitty major
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    • You guys that agree with this post obviously failed language arts class several times
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    • English teachers are fucking wack dude, you try to symbolize something that actually makes sense when you think about it and they regard it as unprofessional, and yet they do shit like this.
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    • But is the door red
      Tita 19 jun
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    • Like this comment if you have a colored username I’m tryna see how many of you are idiots
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    • Obviously
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    • They’re trying to teach you critical thinking. Not everything has a hidden meaning, even though it helps lengthen an essay. They know what’s symbolic and what’s not. They just wanna see if you can identify it or not lol
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    • Was I the only one that had to analyze The Red Wheelbarrow?
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    • Ah yes
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    • sO whY’d hE cALL hImSelF PrOmeTheUs aGaiN cLaSs??
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    • If it didn’t mean anything then the author wouldn’t have written it your retards
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    • Haha someone paid for a colored name on a free app
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    • Especially when reading a fucking book
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    • I read hamlet in high school and my teacher told me I was wrong when I said hamlet didn’t kill himself bc she believed he did so that’s public school for ya
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    • Red door he big mad
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    • Fr though they’re the crackheads of the teaching world
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    • As a writer, most of the time color will represent something since it’s a made up story.
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    • Most of the time there is not symbolism. You're all reaching
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    • That’s the last thing you see before you get rapped
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    • My teacher loved me for this type of shit. I was bullshitting the whole time 🤣
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    • r/oddlyspecific
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    • And in the case of English teachers, it’s because there’s not supposed to be any information that is relevant to the plot.
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    • I want to write a book filled to brim of stupid symbolisms, but it’s just me describing my house.
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    • The door is fucking red
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    • The door is red. Which Shakespeare used the color red to signify the characters anger during this scene.
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    • This is the most collective post I’ve ever seen
      Anoymouse 18 jun
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    • Most writing had symbolism, high schoolers just don’t like critically reading.
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    • Just cause y’all stupid and don’t incorporate symbolism in ur writing doesn’t mean good writers don’t
      Juanalito 18 jun
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    • Ah yes, but is the door red?
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    • Yeah. George Orwell had a dream about animals running a farm. What's this soviet union parallel crap you're talking about?
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    • yes but what does the curtains being blue symbolize
      im_wet 18 jun
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    • When will you learn that Instagram shows your family and friend's most recent photos and or/ videos on one page
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    • Y’all are just bad at english
      Lyve 18 jun
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    • Holy bread crumbs, it all makes sense now
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    • But authors purposefully write symbolism into work
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