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Examples of Symbolism in Poetry Example #1 Daffodils by William Wordsworth The daffodils in ‘Daffodils’ are a great example of how an object like a flower, living and growing, can become an important symbol. It is through the context of the poem that a reader comes to regard the flowers as a symbol of freedom, peace, and happiness.What are some symbols in literature?
What are some symbols in literature? While these objects don’t always carry symbolic meaning in a text, these are some of the most common symbols employed in literature. Rivers: In literature, rivers are typically symbols of life. Rain: Rain usually symbolizes a rebirth or a turning point. Winter: Winter most often symbolizes death or stagnation.What are the most common literary symbols?
Symbols are often used in literature as they can both guide the plot and intrigue the readers. Some of the most common literary symbols include fire, gardens and water. Fire can represent truth. A garden can parallel the garden of eden in the bible and represent lost innocence. Water can represent