The metal corncrib
, for instance, is outfitted with a self-cleaning, sloped bottom--and brakes, stop and turn lights.
Deborah Barker argues that it is "symbolic that Temple's scene of degradation occurs at the hands of the white bootlegger/gangster in a corncrib
and with a corncob--the abject remains of the main ingredient in moonshine whiskey" (150).
Each summer, our neighbors used their empty corncrib
to house broilers.
When Trigger attacks Temple in the corncrib
, the scene again fades to black, and we hear her scream.
I went tothe barn, the corncrib
, and looked under the porch.
They were led to the water tank next to the corncrib
and turned out to pasture.
I sat for hours, no, days, in my old-fashioned slat-sided corncrib
Covering the walls, floor and ceiling of a restored corncrib
on his Aledo, Illinois, farm, the treasures speak more of a deep affection for the past than they do of great rarity or monetary value.
Two years ago we sold a small farm with a house, barn, henhouse, grain shed, corncrib
, workshop and other outbuildings.
The recommended size for a small corncrib
was 4 feet across the bottom with sides about 6 feet high and tapering outward to a width at the top of 6 feet.
The raccoons enjoy a shady spot by the creek, secure in a 5' x 10' x 6' corncrib
One of my early memories is of my dad in the corncrib
with a cold chisel and a big hammer cutting off the roadster from just back of the top bows to over the fenders, down to the sub-frame back of the fenders.