A Worn Path

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When Phoenix replies to the old man's question concerning why she was laying in the bushes; she said, " Lying on my back like a June-bug waiting to be turned over mister" (paragraph 39). In reality, she meant she was patiently waiting for someone to come to her rescue. Phoenix is terribly selfish throughout the entire story but tends to be more evident in this situation...
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When Phoenix encounters the hunter, she begins to feel guilty when she snatches the money from the hunter as it is falling out of his clothes. When Phoenix says to the hunter, " No, sir, I seen plenty go off closer by, in my day, and for less than what I done." She is actually indicating that she is not afraid of the gun that he is pointing directly at her...
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