Compare And Contrast All Summer In A Day And There Will Come Soft Rains

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The story “All Summer in a Day” and “There Will Come Soft Rains” is about futuristic events like living in a different home and having new advanced technology. Bradbury is the author of “All Summer in a Day” and “There Will Come Soft Rains,” which describe real human events and fictional human devices. My purpose for this paper is to delineate Ray Bradbury's two stories “All Summer in a Day” and “There Will Come Soft Rains” on realistic human events and fictional human devices.

The story “All Summer in a Day,” by Bradbury, Is on how people living on the planet Venus as ther new home. One realistic part of the story is between Morgan and William when they say "What're you looking at?" said William.
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One realistic thing is a boom being able to kill everyone. Another realistic element is a pet dying if it is not given food. One Unrealistic Element is a house that can talk. Another Unrealistic thing is the house helps the humans cook and clean.

I think the story “There Will Come Soft Rains,” is more believable due to the fact that today technology is getting more evidence like our houses and cars, and people have power that can kill everyone. The theme/message in the story “All Summer In a Day,” is that technology is beneficial and detrimental to humans. The theme/message in the story “There Will Come Soft Rains,” is that new techno. I think Ray Bradbury made both of these stories to tell us that having some type of advanced technology can affect us in a dreadful way. The world we live in today compared to the one in the stories are completely different because one takes place on a different planet and the other one takes place in the future from now. This is significant because today many people want to involve humans and technology for the better and these two stories can give us a good understanding of what can happen in the

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