In "A White Heron", by Sarah Jewett, Sylvia's great love for nature and animals outweighs her and her family's needs. Sylvia's great passion for animals and nature leads to her great knowledge of the outdoors. Sylvia's expertise of birds including the white heron forces her to make a choice between saving the white heron or helping her family. Sylvia does both of these things because she is close to nature.
Clearly, Syliva's great understanding of
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her family's problems.
In Sarah Jewett's, "A White Heron" Sylvia's great
love for nature and animals outweighs her and her family's needs. Sylvia's knowledge of the outdoors comes from her passion for nature and animals. Saving the white heron was a choice that Sylvia had to make because of her great knowledge and love of animals. The above examples prove that Sylvia's love for nature was much stronger than her family's needs and her own.