Difference In The Short Story 'Marigolds' By Eugenia Collier

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In the short story marigolds by Eugenia Collier she uses tone and and diction to make a visual of a young girl living in a run down shanty town in a corrupted society and ones that tried to bring beauty to the barren land and in depressing times was thought as a witch or crazy woman. On page 18 paragraph 22 “marigolds were perhaps the strangest part of the picture. Certainly they did not fit in with the crumbling decay of the res” this shows that the kids didn't know the feelings that the accumulated about the difference in the world because the time of which the story if written about there was large racial differences to different skin colors so the kids probably think that different is bad so that might be why they don't comprehend their