A White Heron and Other Stories

What can the reader infer about Sylvia given the fact that although she is drawn to the hunter she would like him more without his gun?

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We can infer that Sylvia has a conscience of her own. Her affinity with nature and concern for the heron transcend any romantic draw that she might have had with the hunter.