I posted this thing a while ago:
However, I believe that this sentiment appeared because teachers do over-analyse or misinterpret. Allow me, in pseudo-essay form, to give a few examples.
|Not just science. (x)|
Another important point is that I said the English teacher is probably right. But here, we don't know. Why would curtains represent depression? Surely there are other things to suggest that? Does the association of both curtain and blue with sky play into effect? How can the teacher make this conclusion without reference to other sections of the text?
|Blue = insomnia; Harvard said it.|
So there we go. In defence of blue curtains. Please do leave a comment what you think — with reference to context please! :D
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