All Summer In A Day Ray Brabury Analysis

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In the mid-1900’s, people were introduced to new ideas; they began to imagine the future, to visualize where society was headed. The future seemed impossible, but what Ray Bradbury brought to society was a vision that was all to real. Ray Bradbury was born August 22, 1920. After recieving his high school education, he began to sell newspapers, and spending the majority of his time in a library or writing. Bradbury first published a collection of his works in 1947, paving the way for science fiction novels from then on. Since then, Bradbury has published over 500 works. He inspired others; by sharing his imagination, he was changing the way society thinks. Ray Bradbury saw society heading down a dark path, and tried to warn others of what was to come.…show more content…
All Summer in a Day tells the story of Margot, a 9 year old girl who lives in a colony on Venus. It has rained for 7 years with no end, until on day when the sun is going to come out. Margot, still remembering her early childhood on Earth, is tormented for her differences. Similarily, The Other Foot is about a colony on Mars, where a white man is arriving for the first time in the 20 years of the colony’s existence. He is faced with hatred and anger upon his arrival. By digging underneath the surface of both stories, people realize that the characters of each story can relate to each other; Margot and Hattie, due to their fear and reluctance, William and Willie, because of their bitterness and resentment, and the other kids and townspeople of both stories because of their hesitance to stand against a
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