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I love the illustrations in this edition 1 pam. She lights matches, then hallucinates. The medium might have been ink and wash. The main element of literature Anderson uses is symbolism. When the girl lights a match, she feels the warmth of the fire then sees things to warm her heart, such as her deceased grandmother.
Every time the matches die, however, so do the comforts along with them. It is a sad story about this poor little girl who tries to sell matches during a cold winter night without any success.
She lights the matches one by one and sees beautiful visions, ending with the vision of her grandmother. She ends up dying but it makes the reader feel like maybe she did end up in heaven with her grandmother. I think it might be a good story for kids that have lost someone, it kind of gives you hope that at the end it is beautiful for them.
Since it's a short story, it's hard not to spoil the plot for the few who haven't read it. A little girl tries unsuccessfully to sell matches during a cold winter night. She has visions of beautiful scenes before she dies hence, the potential symmetry with Cormac McCarthy's story. I think I'm glad I hadn't encountered this before.
It's fairly depressing, and I don't think my childhood self would have figured out the real message of the story "So, we should buy things from barefoot street girls? The most redeeming characteristic of this version of the story, though, was the beautiful illustrations by Rachel Isadora, who was able to make bleakness fairly bright.
To make ends meet, the girl is sent out into the streets of the city to sell flowers and matches. She curls up in the corner and in an attempt to stay warm, she begins to light the matches. Each time she lights a match she has a vision of something warm and wonderful: Her grandmother had passed away and she missed her greatly.
The story has a bittersweet ending. As the girl lays frozen in the corner her soul is carried away by her grandmother to a far away place above the earth.Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more.
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