Guarder, Sophie’s World In the book, Sophie’s World, a girl named Sophie, who is the main character, ND her philosophy teacher, Alberta, are in the Majors” cabin in the woods near Sophie’s house. Alberta is talking to Sophie about philosophy. Jostles Guarder uses imagery when he explains what Sophie sees when she drinks Some mysterious bottles that she got from a fairy tale person. When Sophie drinks the blue bottle that she got it represents individualism.
After Sophie drank the blue bottle the author says, The woods were no longer woods and every little tree now seemed like a world in itself” (375). You can see imagery in this quote because while you read this quote you imagine to yourself what the character Sophie is seeing. You see how much larger the world is when you read this quote. The author uses certain things around Sophie to describe how the bottle affected her view and even the readers view of the scenery. The author said, Just take another sip from the red bottle….