Rebelliousness Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Rebelliousness

  1. Caulfield, Holden schoolboy at odds with a “phoney” society. [Am. Lit.: The Catcher in the Rye]
  2. Dedalus, Stephen “heretical” youth rebels against Irish politics and religion. [Irish Lit.: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man]
  3. Finn, Huckleberry unconventional and resourceful runaway boy. [Am. Lit.: Huckleberry Finn]
  4. Maheu, Vincent peaceful coalminer forced into striking for justice. [Fr. Lit.: Germinal]
  5. Satan (Lucifer) the Devil; cast from heaven for rebelling against God. [O.T.: Isaiah 14:12; N.T.: Revelation 12:7–9; Br. Lit.: Paradise Lost]
  6. Scales, Sophia Baines announcing her desire to be a teacher causes shock (1864). [Br. Lit.: The Old Wives’ Tale, Magill I, 684–686]

Recognition (See IDENTIFICATION.)