How Does Ray Bradbury Use Vivid Flashbacks In All Summer In A Day

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Everyone has felt like an outsider. In All Summer in a day, Ray Bradbury uses uses description to fully describe the sun, and what happens when the kids go out and play. Margot had moved from Earth to Venus, and she longs for the sun. The author uses vivid flashbacks to show this. Description is a big part of this short story because it helps show sun in their lives.even though they don't remember the sun, they always write poems about it. Time lapse shows how much Margot misses the sun. However it wouldn't be able to carry the whole story. No one would be able to move forward. Even though a time lapse is too long, A flashback is just right. It helps show how much Margot this is the sun without overdoing it. Description and flashbacks are very important in this short story.

To start description is very important in the
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‘no it's not!’ The children cried.’ It's like a fire,’ she said,’ in the stove.’”
This shows one of the many ways Ray Bradbury describes the sun.
“ sometimes, at night, she heard them stir, in remembrance, and she knew they were dreaming and remembering gold or a yellow crayon or a coin large enough to buy the world with.”
This is just a few of the ways Ray Bradbury describes the sun. The Sun is portrayed as the holy Grail. Again Ray Bradbury wanted to make sure his readers got this, so he descriptive the sun as it was a main character. Next, time lapse could be found as a possible author’s craft in this short story, but if the Author would've have more of it in it. In the story there's only one paragraph about Margaret's left before Venus. This shows that it was a flashback and not a time lapse. Although some could argue that it was long enough, only a small amount of her life was shared.
“A bowl of thunder startled them and like leaves before a new hurricane, the tumbled upon each other and ran. Lightning struck 10 miles away, 5 miles away, a mile, a
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