Motifs In Ray Bradbury's 'The Pedestrian'

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In Ray Bradbury’s short story “The Pedestrian”, the motifs of the story were appeared a lot of times. Motifs always repeat in the story and give a dominant central idea to strengthen the theme. By reading the motifs in the story, we could learn more about the things that the writer wants to tell us. In this story, there are lots of words of motifs; for examples, silence, alone, darkness, empty and frozen. Those motifs shows the lacking of inspiration and excitement in the story and determines the dark keynote of the story. Also, there are lots of descriptions of motifs in the story, such as the description of the rusty smelling of the lightbulb, or the description of the smelling of the little jail. Those motifs all shows how pedestrian it
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