- What are some of the concepts that color yellow symbolizes? Do some research: there are superstitions, cultural prejudices, medical connotations associated with this color. Chose just one concept (e.g. “Summer” or “Illness”). Find one reliable PRIMARY or SECONDARY source that testifies to the symbolism of the yellow color. Properly cite the source, both throughout your response and at the end, as on the Work Cited page. Write a reading response explaining how the concept of your choice figures in the story through the color yellow.
A PRIMARY source is an immediate, first-hand account of a topic, from people who had a direct connection with it. Example: this collection of myths could serve as a primary source:
A SECONDARY source: Covers same topics as the primary one, but adds a layer of interpretation, like in this article on Mayas and sex.
Braakhuis, H.E.M. “The Way of All Flesh. Sexual Implications of the Mayan Hunt.” Anthropos 96: 391–409., 2001, www.jstor.org/stable/40465548.
Can you read this reading and help me write a reading response and make it to MLA format please.
I mean just read the reading of The Yellow Wallpaper
The idiom “yellow-streak” in the western people means that a person may not be a coward, but he/she can easily turn into a coward. Such people are easily frightened if something challenges them in life. Another Idiom that is associated with yellow color is the “yellow-dog” (Galatiltyte 37). The idiom has existed in western culture to refer to a shameful person who fears being in front of other people because of cowardice. In general, the yellow color represents unhappiness, and it may not be a good color to use in English countries. This kind of belief is a cultural prejudice.
The negative representation of yellow color has also appeared in Stetson’s “The yellow wall-paper.” In western culture, the yellow color appears in most negative idioms, and therefore no one would like to be associated with it.