Devan Dupont: Seasons

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Devan Dupont: Seasons

-Authors often use winter as a symbol of death, barrenness, or loneliness. It usually has an unpleasent connotation to it, apart from holiday books or movies. The poet Robert Frost uses seasons as symbolism in many of his poems.-In this movie trailler, the director uses winter as symbolism for death and destruction. Many people are beeing killed, and the world is in a desolate state of pain and suffering.






-Spring is used in film and literature as a symbol of rebirth, new beginnings, youth. and happiness.-The movie the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, uses spring time to show that the time of the Witch is over and that it is now time to start fresh, and to overcome the Witch. It is a symbol of happiness and hope in the movie.

-Summer is often symbolic of joy, good times, and prosperity.- In Ferris Bueller's day off it appers to be summer outside based on they way he lounges out on a lawn chair in a baithing suit with a bevrage in hand.

-Fall is often used as symbolism for old age, death, and decline.-The Poem October by Robert Frost is a great example of symbolism for the fall season.

OctoberBy Robert Frost O hushed October morning mild,Thy leaves have ripened to the fall;Tomorrow’s wind, if it be wild,Should waste them all.The crows above the forest call;Tomorrow they may form and go.O hushed October morning mild,Begin the hours of this day slow.Make the day seem to us less brief.Hearts not averse to being beguiled,Beguile us in the way you know.Release one leaf at break of day;At noon release another leaf;One from our trees, one far away.Retard the sun with gentle mist;Enchant the land with amethyst.Slow, slow!For the grapes’ sake, if they were all,Whose leaves already are burnt with frost,Whose clustered fruit must else be lost—For the grapes’ sake along the wall.




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