A Worn Path

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Phoenix's sarcasm is first revealed when she encounters the hunter along the path. When asked by the hunter what she was doing, Phoenix responds by saying "Lying on my back like a junebug waiting to be turned over, mister (140, paragraph 40)." Phoenix's character is also very in touch with nature and her surroundings...
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She demonstrates this by speaking to many animals along her journey, some which include a buzzard, some quail, an alligator, and the hunter's black dog. "Sleep on, alligators, and blow your bubbles (140, paragraph 30)." Phoenix also charms the quail of the thicket by telling them to "Walk pretty (140, paragraph 30)...
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