Can somebody explain His Face All Red to me [Solved]

days later his brother returns unharmed, really only got lost, and his attitude towards him had always been cold and arrogant.

After seeing his brother alive, he goes back to the hole and finds the body of the monster there and my guess is it kills him

Probably the smell of lilac coming from the hole might be a symbolism of death or the devil

I just dont have any ideas about the hole his brother was digging during the nights

There are some consistencies with others of her stories like Margots room and Out of Skin, with the forest producing evil supernatural beings and affecting the judgment of its inhabitants. I just cant pinpoint exactly what the common strain is in all three. Then again, I havent read her book Through the Woods just yet.

days later his brother returns unharmed, really only got lost, and his attitude towards him had always been cold and arrogant.

I agree with pieces of both explanations so far, but I feel theres a bit more to the open ended fairy tale in regards to others of Em Carrols stories. She makes plenty of references to the tendency of the woods to submit supernatural things into the world. ..My brother came from the woods (most strange things do).
I feel like this story is about the woods having some sort of supernatural power to change human nature and further its agenda which, to me, manifests in her other stories. In this one, the brother does not initially have superb feelings of hatred towards his brother, but once they are in the woods with the lilac smell, his jealousy reaches a strange head and he murders his brother. He leaves the woods and tries to move on with his life until the woods births a look alike for the brother which I dont think was any kind of specter or anything as no one else thought it was strange save the other brother. I also feel like this new creature had no physical relation to the dead brother as it smelled like lilac (like the hole) and looked brand new. The brother then began to dig a hole which I feel was a trap to lure others who had secret troubles with their loved ones. when the brother went back to the hole, it was because he was enticed by his guilt and curiosity and that it was another trick to get rid of the only other witness. The end with the brother turning and looking at him mightve been him hallucinating, another product of the forest. In any case, Im sure he didnt make it out of the hole alive.

Get Answer for  What have sociologists begun to realize about the nomadic lifestyle [Solved]

After seeing his brother alive, he goes back to the hole and finds the body of the monster there and my guess is it kills him

I just dont have any ideas about the hole his brother was digging during the nights

After seeing his brother alive, he goes back to the hole and finds the body of the monster there and my guess is it kills him

Probably the smell of lilac coming from the hole might be a symbolism of death or the devil

days later his brother returns unharmed, really only got lost, and his attitude towards him had always been cold and arrogant.

I just dont have any ideas about the hole his brother was digging during the nights

There are some consistencies with others of her stories like Margots room and Out of Skin, with the forest producing evil supernatural beings and affecting the judgment of its inhabitants. I just cant pinpoint exactly what the common strain is in all three. Then again, I havent read her book Through the Woods just yet.

This post is last updated on hrtanswers.com at Date : 1st of September – 2022