Analysis Of There Will Come Soft Rains By Ray Bradbury

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People were scared at the rapid growth of this technology, that is why they wrote stories like “There Will Come Soft Rains”. During the 1950s, a lot of new Ray Bradbury was against material things and never liked how technology was becoming so popular. He believed that all these things were going to ruin us. In Kent Forrester’s critique on “There Will Come Soft Rains” he gives an example of Bradbury’s belief in the failure to technology: “the scurrying metal mice in ‘There Will Come Soft Rains’ who are used as miniature vacuum cleaner, and who continue to work feverishly as their house burns down…” (Kent Forrester). Forrester is talking about the imagery Bradbury uses to express his feelings towards the subject of technology advancement. What

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